Bulgaria's President Rosen Plevneliev will veto the new Election Code which was adopted by the Parliament on February 21.
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Bulgarian and Romanian Agriculture Ministries will join efforts in the sector, after the government approved the draft Protocol on cooperation.
Bulgaria's Ministry of Investment Planning will pool efforts with municipal administrations for promoting large municipal projects at expos in Western Europe.
More than 300,000 signatures have been collected in favour of a referendum on Bulgaria's election rules and procedures.
A number of Bulgaria's Defense Ministry and Interior Ministry administrative employees are up for dismissal due to Bulgarian-Turkish border fence cost miscalculations.
Krasimir Stefanov, a former center-right GERB opposition MP, who left his parliamentary group on Monday, could join the new 'Bulgaria without Censorship' party as an expert.
Bulgaria's President expressed his hope that there would be no need to call a Consultative Council for National Security meeting regarding ethnic peace in the country.
The Bulgarian Parliament adopted on Wednesday a declaration on national unity, introduced by the Parliament Speaker Mihail Mikov.
Bulgaria's President Rosen Plevneliev stressed that it is crucial to ensure the civil, ethnic and religious peace in the country.
The 30 km fence at the border between Bulgaria and Turkey will require 600 km razor wire, 12 000 posts, 4 000 m³ concrete and 30 km chain-link fence.
Bulgaria's ex-head of Parliament Tsetska Tsacheva believes backroom games led to the resignation of the MP Krasimir Stefanov from the center-right opposition party GERB.
No manifestations of xenophobia or racist agitation will be tolerated by the Interior Ministry, claims its chief secretary Svetlozar Lazarov.
An increasing number of Bulgarians' phone calls and internet communications are of interest to Bulgaria's law enforcement agencies.
Center-right party GERB will seek victory at the upcoming European Parliament elections in May, according to Tsvetan Tsvetanov, Deputy Chair of GERB and former Interior Minister.
Boyko Borisov, former Prime Minister, was re-elected Chair of center-right party GERB (Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria).
The existing government did not live up to people's expectations, according to Georgi Parvanov, former two-term President and leader of the ABV Movement.
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