''The Bulgarians will now use roaming like in home'', Veselin Bozhkov, head of the Communications Regulation Commission (CRC), said, according to FOCUS News Agency.
The Parliament has rejected in first reading amendments to the Election Code proposed by ruling Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (GERB).
At the unveiling of the harvesting campaign in the town of Karnobat, Southeastern Bulgaria, Deputy Minister of Agriculture Atanas Dobrev foresaw good grain harvest for this year, BNR writes.
On 14th of June, the Bulgarian Parliament adopted at first reading the amendments to the Road Traffic Act with the votes of GERB, Bulgarian socialist Party (BSP) and United Patriots.
''Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) will file a complaint with the Constitutional Court, seeking the annulment of some texts of the public finances law, as the government is distributing funds mainly towards municipalities of the ruling party Citizens for E
''We are currently enjoying low pressure from the refugee flow, but this is due to the agreement between Turkey and the EU and Turkey’s efforts to keep refugees in security zones close to the conflicts'', Prime Minister Boyko Borisov said after a meeting
On 12th of June, on Facebook, Bulgaria’s President Roumen Radev welcomed the residents of the town of Trun for their vote in a local referendum, reported BNT.
''Bulgaria has not expressed an official position on the upcoming referendum on the independence of Iraqi Kurdistan'', Prime Minister Boyko Borisov told the Parliament in response to a question about a meeting with Masoud Barzani, President of the Iraqi K
''Every second recommendation by the Ombudsman has been fulfilled'', Maya Manolova, head of the institution, told FOCUS Radio’s Good Morning Bulgaria.
Deputy Prime Minister Valeri Simeonov will file a complaint against the spokesperson of opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), Elena Yoncheva, over what he called crimes against the national interests and security, FOCUS News Agency reported.
The government is proposing to the Parliament the ratification of a framework agreement for a EUR 200 million loan between the Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB) and Bulgaria, the government’s press office said.
The Minister of Labour and Social Policy, Biser Petkov, informed on 8th of June in the Council of Ministers that the government approved the draft amendments to the State Social Security Budget Act and will be submitted to the National Assembly.
Speaking in Parliament, Ombudsman Maya Manolova said the fight against the unuquity of monopolies in Bulgaria was heavy and uneven, reported BNR.
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev has discussed with Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov opportunities to improve the mechanisms of interaction between the institutions involved in the fight against corruption and organized crime, reported BNR.
Prosecutor Dimitar Zahariev from the District Prosecutor’s Office in Pleven and an official from General Directorate Execution of Sentences - Pleven have been arrested on charges for participation in a criminal group and threats to witnesses.
A Bulgarian citizen was injured in the attacks in London in the night to June 4, the press office of the Foreign Affairs Ministry said.
The Parliament approved at first reading changes to the energy law introducing clear criteria in the use of thermal energy for agriculture, FOCUS News Agency reported.
On the Bulgarian-Turkish border, there is a 5km queue of cargo vehicles at Kapitan Andreevo checkpoint at exit from the country, while at Lesovo checkpoint the queue stretches 2km, Chief Directorate Border Police said.
At the end of today's parliametary debate MPs voted the resignation of Dimitar Glavchev as chairman of the National Assembly, BGNES reported.
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