The Bulgarian Parliament has extended its working time till late in the evening as the second reading of the new Election Code is under way in plenary Wednesday.
Hristo Biserov, former Deputy Speaker of Bulgaria's Parliament, who was charged with money laundering and document fraud, avoided again the unflattering "Golden Skunk" award.
Bulgaria's ex rulers have no right to criticize the Oresharski cabinet's handling of security, given their own poor record in the area, said socialist leader Sergey Stanishev.
There will soon be a new no-confidence motion against the cabinet of Bulgarian PM Plamen Oresharski, stated opposition leader and ex-PM Boyko Borisov.
The third attempt for a no-confidence vote against the Bulgarian government of PM Plamen Oresharski failed.
Bulgaria's Parliament is holding Monday its first emergency session in the week to discuss the latest no-confidence motion tabled by the opposition.
Boyko Borisov, leader of center-right party GERB, has requested a meeting with Prime Minister Oresharski to discuss changes to the distribution of BGN 500 M among municipalities.
Six parties would cross the 4% threshold to enter Bulgaria's Parliament if the general elections were held today, according to polling agency Mediana.
Plamen Georgiev, Chair of Bulgaria's Commission for Establishing Property Acquired from Criminal Activity (CEPACA), has called for amendments to the asset confiscation law.
The integration of Syrian refugees in Bulgaria has an impact over a very limited number of the total 10,000-11,000 asylum seekers in the country, according to expert.
Sergey Stanishev, former Prime Minister and leader of the Bulgarian Socialist Party and the Party of European Socialists, has spoken in favor of a referendum on the tax system.
Truck drivers threaten to block the border crossings between Bulgaria and Turkey on Monday.
The Alternative for Bulgarian Revival Movement of Georgi Parvanov has accused the government of unfair distribution of the resources of the public investment program.
The entire Municipal Council of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) in the northwestern town of Montana has resigned.
Some 50 people gathered at a demonstration in downtown Sofia Friday calling for the introduction of electronic voting in the country.
Bulgarian media could be fined if they offend the morality, honor and good name of election candidates.
Bulgaria’s Parliament is to hold two emergency sittings next week in order to discuss the latest no-confidence motion tabled by the opposition.
Bulgarians supporting the introduction of electronic voting in the country have announced they would stage a peculiar demonstration on Friday.
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