Bulgarian police protested for a fourth day in a row in central Sofia on Friday against government plans to trim social benefits for Interior Ministry staff.
Bulgaria's main ruling party, GERB, and its junior coalition partner, the Reformist Bloc (RB), reaffirmed on Thursday the stability of the coalition government.
The protests of Bulgarian policemen over the planned cuts in their social benefits are continuing for the third consecutive day on Thursday.
A controversial nomination for the annual Human of the Year Award of the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee (BHC) has caused a major outcry in the country.
Parliament in Bulgaria defied on Thursday President Rosen Plevneliev's veto on legislative changes that ban civilians from heading the country's military intelligence agency.
Lawmakers are to decide Thursday whether to lift the immunity of Volen Siderov, the leader of nationalist Ataka party, and Desislav Chukolov, a member of the same party.
Bulgaria should keep the compensation package paid to police officers upon retirement at its current level of 20 monthly wages, Labour Minister Ivaylo Kalfin said on Wednesday.
Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Rumyana Bachvarova said that there is a drop in the migratory pressure exerted on the country.
Police officers' retirement compensations will be cut in half, and paid leave will be reduced from 30 to 20 days as of Wednesday, November 04, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has said.
Police officers across Bulgaria are set to take to the streets on Wednesday evening unless the government abandons plans for pay cuts.
Lawmakers in Bulgaria are set to discuss a demand by the country's Chief Prosecutor on the immunity of nationalist Ataka party's leader Volen Siderov and of an Ataka member and MP, Desislav Chukolov.
Bulgaria’s government may reconsider a controversial decision to impose pay cuts at the Interior Ministry as early as next year, Interior Minister Rumyana Bachvarova said on Tuesday.
An ad hoc enquiry committee in Bulgaria’s parliament on Tuesday granted the Chief Prosecutor’s request to lift the immunity of two lawmakers from nationalist Ataka party to face charges of hooliganism.
Police officers blocked traffic in the central part of Sofia on Tuesday to protest cuts in their remuneration packages planned in the 2016 budget draft.
A nationalist party that backed a mayor candidate who came second in Plovdiv's runoff on Sunday is to contest election results over "violations".
Bulgaria has ranked worse in the 2015 Legatum Prosperity Index than did last year, losing three spots.
A union representing the staff of Bulgaria's Interior Ministry is threatening to stage protests Wednesday over eleventh-hour changes to the 2016 draft budget that would result in massive spending cuts.
Deputy Prime Minister Tomislav Donchev, who was in charge of coordinating the elections, said that this year's local elections were the most expensive ones in the history of Bulgaria.
Results of the second round of local elections held in Bulgaria have prompted mixed reactions among leaders of political parties.
Fifteen Bulgarian villages are likely to elect their mayors at third round as winners emerged neither at the first round of the local elections held on October 25 nor in the run-offs taking place on November 1.
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