Speaking to journalists in the town of Shumen on Friday, Bulgarian Prime Minsiter Boyko Borisov said that he is against the introduction of compulsory voting, which had been approved after parliament adopted a set of amendments to the Electoral Code on Th
Bulgarian Transport Minister Ivaylo Moskovski has taken decision to dismiss the director of the ministry's Civil Aviation Administration general directorate, Mintcho Tsvetkov.
Lyubomir Hristov, the deputy mayor of the Bulgarian capital responsible for transport, has submitted his resignation to Sofia mayor Yordanka Fandakova.
Polling stations outside Bulgaria can open only at the country’s diplomatic missions, parliament has decided.
A referendum featuring six questions on the political system will be held in Bulgaria in the summer.
The Bulgarian parliament approved on Thursday the introduction of compulsory voting after it adopted the first of the proposed set of amendments to the Electoral Code.
The monitoring on Bulgaria's judicial system introduced by the European Commisison should also be applied elsewhere, Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has told an audience of European justice ministers.
The Bulgarian Association of Marketing and Opinion Researchers (BAMOR) has lashed out at a recent draft amendment which would make it illegal to announce results of opinion polls while an election campaign is unfolding.
Bulgaria’s Patriotic Front proposed to Parliament on Wednesday to ban the wearing in public places of burqas, or head veils hiding the face, citing potential threats to national security.
A medium-term budget forecast now before Bulgarian cabinet calls for freezing the minimum wage for two years after the end of next year as well as increasing the mandatory pension insurance contributions in 2017 and 2018.
After sitting for more than fourteen hours on Tuesday, members of Bulgaria's parliamentary legal affairs committee adopted at second reading a set of amendments to the Electoral Code.
Twelve new containers for old clothes and textile items have been placed in the streets of Sofia this week as part of a nationwide campaign launched by the Bulgarian Red Cross (BRC).
Bulgarian lawmakers have passed one bill on average for the last six years, the Bulgarian Industrial Association, one of the four big organizations of employers, and a legal affairs think-tank, have said.
The Bulgarian legal affairs parliamentary committee adopted at third extraordinary sitting on Tuesday amendments to the Electoral Code which foresee the introduction of compulsory voting.
Nationalist party VMRO is to table a bill banning the use of burqas in public, the party's leader Krasimir Karakachanov has said.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov on Monday openly suggested Delyan Peevski, a lawmaker from the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) party, was "leaving the country".
The Legal Affairs Committee in Bulgaria’s Parliament has decided to cut the length of election campaigns to 21 days from the current 30 days, news daily Dnevnik reported on Monday.
More than half of Bulgarians generally approve the idea of volunteеr patrols of citizens detaining migrants who have crossed into the country, an Alpha Research poll shows.
Former Bulgarian Finance Minister Simeon Djankov has predicted names of Bulgarian politicians will appear in the Panama Papers.
DOST party will work toward strengthening Bulgaria’s relations with neighbouring Turkey, its leader Lyutvi Mestan has said.
Bulgaria’s Prime Minister Boyko Borisov on Sunday vowed zero tolerance to corruption among officials from GERB party, the dominant partner in the government coalition.
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