Center-right GERB is the only viable party in Bulgaria, its Deputy Chair and former Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov has said.
The first local elections held Sunday in Sarnitsa will have a second round this week after the newest municipal unit in Bulgaria, produced no clear winner.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov plans to offer all ministers to refrain from participating in the election campaign for the upcoming local elections.
The southwestern Bulgarian municipality of Sarnitsa is holding its first local elections.
The executive committee of Bulgaria's main ruling party GERB has decided that the party will compete in the forthcoming local elections on its own.
Left-wing ABV, one of the parties supporting Bulgaria's coalition government, will decide whether it will continue to provide its backing for the cabinet in April.
The European Commission is to fund Bulgaria in the amount of BGN 10 M on emergency measures on account of the increased influx of emigrants in the country.
Bulgaria’s Supreme Court of Cassation (VKS) has revoked the acquittal on the embezzlement case against the former head of the Registry Agency, Violeta Nikolova.
Bulgaria’s Parliament has voted to terminate the term in office of MP Veselin Vuchkov, former Interior Minister.
Two lawmakers of Bulgaria without Censorship, the party of MEP Nikolay Barekov in Bulgaria's Parliament, have left his entity.
Georgi Kostov has been appointed as new Chief Secretary of the Interior Ministry, the President’s press office announced on Wednesday.
Bulgaria’s government has nominated Georgi Kostov as new Chief Secretary of the Interior Ministry following the resignation of Svetlozar Lazarov.
Lawmakers have voted to approve current Deputy PM Rumyana Bachvarova as the country's next Interior Mininster.
The nationalist coalition Patriotic Front (PF) will insist on a social debate on whether the capital punishment should be reintroduced, its co-leader Valeri Simeonov has said.
Yordan Bakalov, a former interim Interior Minister, is Prime Minister Boyko Borisov's proposal to take over the Defense Information Service, media sources say.
The dismissal from office of Interior Minister Veselin Vuchkov and the appointment of Rumyana Bachvarova are to be voted in Bulgarian Parliament Wednesday.
Bulgaria's Parliament approved on Wednesday, March 11, the appointment of Rumyana Bachvarova as Interior Minister.
Gallup International revealed the results from its regular research on the fight against corruption and the condition of the judiciary in Bulgaria, alongside the civil initiative project Legal Barometer.
Bulgaria’s Supreme Administrative Court (VAS) has refused to issue an interpretative ruling on whether the so-called Files’ Commission (examining the Communist era secret services' files – editor's note) is authorized to disclose collaborators of the comm
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