CNN Six Bulgarian medics accused of infecting nearly 400 children with HIV-contaminated blood in a Libyan hospital have had their case downgraded by a judge.
The majority of the readers of novinite.com say that Bulgaria’s reputation abroad is poor.
"The decision of the Libyan court is an encouraging news. The case against the Bulgarian medics is indeed a complex one and this adjournment is an expression of the Libyan side's good will to establish the truth," Bulgaria’s President Purvanov said in a s
"Bulgaria could boost its competitiveness and social welfare through the more efficient use of its energy resources," says a World Bank report entitled "Bulgaria: Energy and Environment Review (EER)."
A recording of the voices of the two of the medics, charged with intentionally infecting Libyan children with HIV was made by an official from Bulgaria’s Embassy in Libya. The recording was played on the Bulgarian national radio.
It is not a question of dismissal, or resignation, but organizational changes Prime Minister's Chief of Staff Stoyan Ganev said for BBC, following reports he has been dismissed by Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg. He said that many things need to be impr
Stoyan Ganev was appointed August 21st Chief of the Cabinet of Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg. He is a former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, former President of the 47th UN General Assembly and Adjunct Professor of Social Scien
More than 70% of Bulgarians disapprove of the work of Parliament and 61.2% do not approve of the work of the Government, according to the results of an express sociological poll conducted by the National Public Opinion Centre.
In a presentation, delivered in the American University in Bulgaria (AUBG), Piritta Sorsa, Head of the Bulgarian mission of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) assessed the IMF role in Bulgaria as preserving the macroeconomic stability, due to which the
In all democratic societies, including the Republic of Bulgaria, holding a serious public and professional dialogue on the main principles of its policy guarantees successful governing, Prime Minister said, following the rejection of the non-confidence vo
The inflation rate for January is set at 2,8%, preliminary results of the National Statistics Institute, show. Prices by sector went up from December 2001 as follows: foods 3.
The Customs tops the list of institutions people consider corrupt, Coalition 2000 report states. The same opinion holds true of the customs officials as well.
Every second Bulgarian does not believe the situation in the country would have been better if another political organization had won the elections, survey of Mediana polling agency, conducted by the phone, Feb. 8 – 9 shows.
What is important for us are not the concrete dates of Bulgaria’s entry into NATO, but the speeding up of the efforts in this direction, Foreign Minister Passy said for CNN, broadcast live from the studio in London. Minister Passy pointed out that the Bul
Purchases in Bulgarian households marked a 4% rise in 2001 over the previous year, inflation for 2001 deducted, data of GfK agency Bulgaria show. Mineral water proved to be Bulgarians’ favorite when doing shopping, with a 18% growth in bought quantities,
VAT introduction on medicines dealt a heavy blow the pharmaceutical industry and all Bulgarian citizens, United Democratic Forces floor leader Nadezhda Mihaylova said during the parliamentary debates on the non-confidence vote against the Cabinet February
The doors of the Alliance must remain open, Foreign Minister Passy pointed out in his lecture “NATO’s enlargement role in anti-terror war – global and regional dimensions”. He said that after the September 11 events, NATO should change its prospect and th
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