The Sofia City Prosecutor’s Office has submitted to the Sofia City Court a motion for restarting the suspended administrative-criminal proceedings against Sergei Stanishev, former Bulgarian Prime Minister and current MEP and leader of the Party of Europea
The Bulgarian Interior Ministry will try to defuse the tensions in the village of Garmen, which escalated over the weekend.
Bulgaria's main ruling party GERB tabled to parliament amendments to the Referendum Act, which are aimed at facilitating the holding of a referendum with the local elections.
A Bulgarian border police officer from the Lesovo border checkpoint was detained for the trafficking of immigrants over the border with Turkey.
The architect of the Romanian judicial reform, Monica Macovei is visiting Bulgaria to participate in a discussion forum on anti-corruption policies, as reported by the Bulgarian National Radio.
Bulgarian authorities detained three migrant traffickers from Algeria, Iran and Iraq in Sofia on Friday.
Starting 8 a.m. on June 1, 2015, toll fees and vignette stickers for trucks at Bulgaria’s Kapitan Andreevo border crossing point will only be paid at a “points of sale” (POS).
Bulgarian dairy farmers will stage a national protest on Friday due to the low purchasing price of milk and the lack of state strategy and support for the livestock breeding sector.
97 MPs placed signatures in support of a set of proposed changes to Bulgaria’s Constitution on Wednesday, according to Parliament Speaker Tsetska Tsacheva.
Officers of the State agency National Security, the Migration Directorate, as well as police authorities have executed a specialized operation and arrested 60 illegal immigrants, located in Sofia, near Lavov most.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borisov and Agriculture Minister Desislava Taneva will hold a meeting with stock breeders and dairy producers.
The Bulgarian government and representatives of the trade unions and the employers' organisations reached an agreement on the conditions of retirement in the forthcoming years.
Five of the eight parties in Bulgaria's Parliament have signed a declaration to renounce the use of trolls on the Internet to promote their political ideas.
Bulgaria’s ruling parties start collecting signatures in favor of a set of proposed changes to the Constitution and the bill is expected to be submitted to the Parliament’s registry by the end of Wednesday.
A total of BGN 545 M have been registered to belong to the 259 people who have declared total annual incomes of more than a million leva.
Bulgarian Defense Minister Nikolay Nenchev announced on Tuesday he has appointed Yordan Bakalov, a former interim Interior Minister, as head of the Defense Information Service.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs advised Bulgarians planning to visit Macedonia to travel with caution and to avoid places where protests and demonstrations are staged.
The Patriotic Front (PF), one of the parties supporting the coalition government, called on Friday for support of the declaration on the recognition of a Bulgarian genocide in the Ottoman Empire.
Interior Minister Rumyana Bachvarova assured on Thursday that Bulgaria was functioning as a member of the Schengen Area and everyone in Europe was of the opinion that Bulgaria has fulfilled the technical requirements for accession to the borderless area.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and nine ministers will respond to questions of MPs at the regular parliamentary control on Friday.
Bulgaria’s parliamentary budget committee will review Thursday a proposal for changes to the Customs Act.
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