Controversial Bulgarian media mogul Delyan Peevski was granted access to the highest level of classified information in the country three days before he was even appointed as head of the State Agency for National Security (DANS), according to a local pape
For a sixth day in a row, outraged Bulgarians will stage nationwide protest rallies against the Socialist-led government of Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski.
Bulgaria’s Parliament is expected to retract on Wednesday the appointment of controversial businessman Delyan Peevski as head of the country’s State Agency for National Security (DANS).
For a fifth day in a row, thousands of Bulgarians have gathered in front of the Council of Ministers building in Sofia to demand the resignation of the socialist-led government of Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski.
The leader of the center-right Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party, GERB, and ex-Prime Minister Boiko Borisov has said the the MPs from his party will not show up in the Bulgarian Parliament anymore.
Bulgarian stock breeders have threatened to start protests over the inaction of the government of the socialist-led government of Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski.
Bulgaria's former rhythmic gymnastics coach Iliyana Raeva, who set off on a political career earlier this year, will officially establish her party on June 22.
Bulgaria’s Socialist leader has urged his party to hold a confidence vote and decide his future amid a flood of calls to resign.
Information that Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev had offshore companies in Cyprus where he concealed USD 1 M has emerged to be a fabrication.
Bulgarian citizens want a full overhaul of the Election Code, according to the Deputy Speaker of the Parliament, Maya Manolova.
The newly appointed governor of Blagoevgrad Musa Palev, from the predominantly ethnic Turkish party Movement for Rights and Freedom (DPS,) did not show up in the Municipal Administration in his second work day.
A hotel, best known for its awkward, mutro-baroque replica of Rio de Janeiro's icon – Christ the Redeemer, overlooking Bulgaria's second-biggest city of Plovdiv, will accommodate state officials.
Dozens of people gathered outside the building of the regional administration in Plovdiv to protest against the inauguration of the new governor Ventsislav Kaymakanov.
The end of the fourth day of protest rallies in the Bulgarian capital Sofia against the Cabinet of Prime Minister, Plamen Oresharski, was marred by clashes between extremist nationalist groups.
New massive anti-government rallies are being held in Bulgaria, with thousands joining the protests in Sofia and other major cities.
The interim head of Bulgaria’s State Agency for National Security, DANS, Vladimir Pisanchev, vowed to retain the post if offered.
The Sofia city unit of the Bulgarian Socialist Party, BSP, has scheduled a meeting for Monday evening to vote on a motion calling for the resignation of the Sergei Stanishev, leader of the party.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has added new issues to the agenda of the meeting of the Consultative Council on National Security scheduled for June 20.
Notorious Bulgarian nationalist leader Volen Siderov made his latest controversial statement Monday, saying the opposition GERB party of former PM Boyko Borisov was seeking a “civil war.
The NGOs and the media that signed a protest declaration Friday against the appointment of a controversial media mogul and lawmaker for national security chief have decided to not participate in the meeting with Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski.
Bulgaria’s center-right opposition GERB party has announced that it considers initiating a no confidence vote against the embattled Socialist-led government that took over at the end of May.
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