Protesting Greek farmers have sealed off a border crossing point with Macedonia, vowing to keep the roadblocks at least until February 03, Friday.
Rumen Porozhanov, who stepped down on Wednesday as head of the State Fund Agriculture, cannot formally quit the job.
Government and electoral officials will meet on Thursday to discuss ways to procure 12 000 voting machines, with options including an order to Ecuador or the Philippines.
The increase in the price of water in Sofia cannot be less than 18%, while the price change will probably come into effect as of March 1, said in an interview the member of the Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (KEVR) Dimitar Kochkov.
The Council of Ministers will respect the decision of the Supreme Administrative Court on making sure that electronic voting is enabled at every polling station for the snap parliamentary elections on March 26, announced the press service of the Council o
By order of interim Prime Minister Ognyan Gerdzhikov four more Deputy Ministers have been appointed.
The head of Bulgaria's executive agency allocating EU subsidies to farmers has stepped down at the request of the country's caretaker Agriculture Minister.
Interim Agriculture Minister Hristo Bozukov has urged the chair of State Fund Agriculture, Rumen Porozhanov, to step down, his ministry says.
The Supreme Administrative Court has ruled Bulgarian authorities have to make sure electronic voting is enabled in every polling station in the country at the snap election scheduled for the end of March.
Democrats for Strong Bulgaria (DSB) Chairman Radan Kanev on Tuesday became the chair of New Republic, which describes itself as a right-wing, non-partisan alliance.
Prime Minister Ognyan Gerdzhikov will coordinate the activities of the Finance Minister and the Foreign Minister, as well as of the state agencies Intelligence and Electronic Management and the State Agency for Bulgarians Abroad.
The Bulgarian Prosecutor's Office has described the results of a recent referendum on the country's election system as "binding".
A court will sit on Friday to determine whether the referendum held in November on the voting system is binding and whether machine voting should be mandatory for all polling stations.
A "non-partisan", right-wing alliance called New Republic (originally "Nova Republika") is to be formally launched on Tuesday, seeking to offer an alternative to GERB party of Boyko Borisov in the coming election.
The Supreme Cassation Court has rejected finally the registration of Normalna Darzhava (Normal State) of former BSP member Georgi Kadiev.
President Rumen Radev, who is on his first working visit to Brussels, has held talks with the President of the European Council Donald Tusk.
Interim Agriculture Minister Hristo Bozukov will schedule a discussion of contradictory amendments to Regulation 3 due to which Bulgarian farmers protested in front of the ministry on Monday.
“I give the new Parliament two weeks after it has been convened to start working in a concrete manner on the adoption of the decisions of the referendum.
For the first time, an opinion poll has projected a slight edge for the Bulgarian Socialist Party on center-right GERB, the party of former Prime Minister Boyko Borisov, in the event of a hypothetical election.
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