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Bulgaria's Social Democrats Coalition added a humanitarian shade to their MEP election campagin with a blood donation drive on Wednesday.
The leader of the Coalition's list of MEP candidates presided over a round table on the problems of people with disa
A total of nine NGOs will supervise the elections for MEPs in Bulgaria, the spokesperson of the Central Electoral Committee announced Wednesday.
The former European Parliament's President Pat Cox called for high activity at the forthcoming MEP elections in Bulgaria.
Cox, who is also the Chairman of the European Movement International, read a lecture in the Information Centre of the Defence Minist
A record-high number of Bulgarians, registered in the predominantly ethnic Turkish district of Kardzhali, have been scratched off the voting lists for the May 20 elections.
A total of 85,000 voters will not be allowed to the polling stations, because of
US and EU leaders vowed to step up efforts to free five Bulgarian nurses, sentenced to death on charges of intentionally infecting more than 400 children with the AIDS virus, at a summit late on Monday.
"While reaffirming our sympathy to the children inf
The Bulgarian journalist Martin Karbovski has sent a letter to the EU Commissioner on Justice, Freedom and Security to warn him that the relations between the Bulgarian institutions and country's journalists are corrupted and extremely bureaucratic.
Germany's ruling coalition has called for restricting the access of East Europeans to its labour market by 2011, two years later than initially planned.
Bulgaria's Central Election Committee has decided to slap a fine on nationalist party Ataka (Attack) for breaking the law with their MEP election video.
The Committee ruled on the clip after the head of the election headquarters of Simeon II National Mov
Young people have the amazing chance of being among the builders of modern Bulgaria and modern Europe, the Balkan country's EU commissioner Meglena Kuneva said before students in Sofia University.
Kuneva's lecture titled "The Young People and Europe" mar
Four of the most powerful EU member states have harshly criticized Brussels for not taking seriously its promise to maintain pressure on Bulgaria and Romania to complete promised legal reforms, the Financial Times reported.
The European Parliament has urged the Commission "to review its policy tools vis-? -vis Libya" given Tripoli's failure to ensure a fair trial for five Bulgarian nurses and one Palestinian doctor accused of intentionally infecting children with the AIDS vi
Bulgaria's Central Election Committee will get five cars for its needs for the upcoming MEP elections as soon as possible, State Administration Minister Nikolay Vassilev said on Thursday.
The cars will be of the Peugeout brand, Vassilev told Darik News.
The European Parliament is to decide whether to make an amendment in its human rights report for 2006 concerning the case of the Bulgarian nurses on a death row in Libya.
The amendment, which was proposed by the Bulgarian MEP Antonya Parvanova, provides
Bulgaria's Union of Democratic Forces (UDF) announced Wednesday that another rightist fraction - New Time will offer them support in the upcoming MEP elections.
Six out of 218 runners in Bulgaria's first MEP elections were revealed to have been state security collaborators.
One of the candidates was on the pay-roll and the other five worked secretly, the head of the secret files committee Evtim Kostadinov announ
A survey has showed that Bulgaria's socialists would garner some 23% of the votes in the upcoming MEP elections, followed by Sofia Mayor's party GERB with 16%.
This would have been the situation if the elections have been held last week, the National Cen
European Commission experts have warned that Bulgaria is one of the 24 country members that still haven't implemented the directive for markets of financial instruments in its laws and this may lead to sanctions.
This is one of the most important EU dire
The names of Bulgaria and Romania, which joined the European Union at the beginning of the year, have been added to the current EU-Russia partnership agreement.
A joint statement to this effect was signed in Luxembourg by Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey
Seventeen foreign nationals, citizens of the European Union and permanent residents in Bulgaria, have applied for joining the country's first vote for European parliamentarians, the central election body announced.
Bulgarian centre-right Union of Free Democrats (UFD) vowed to keep its campaign for the European Parliament elections low-key, focusing on issues rather than attention-seeking events.
"Our goal is not to have loud concerts, but to give the voters a clear
Bulgarian centre-right GERB party, whose unofficial leader is popular Sofia mayor Boyko Borissov, kicked off its campaign for the European Parliament on Sunday with a rally and a concert in the capital.
The party, which was officially registered last yea
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