The Bulgarian Helsinki Committee (BHC) has condemned Interior Minster Tsvetanov's recent claims that attorneys-at-law in the country should come under the supervision of the Supreme Judicial Council (VSS) so that unreasonable delays in court trials can be
Diana Kovacheva, head of the Transparency without Borders Association, an affiliate of Transparency International, has been officially named as Bulgaria's new Justice Minister.
Bulgaria's Supreme Administrative Court (VAS) has ultimately revoked the complaints of Civil Initiative "Justice" against the garbage fee calculation method deployed by the Sofia Municipality.
Bulgarian Member of the Parliament, Denitsa Gadzheva, who, allegedly, caused a major rift in the far-right, nationalist Ataka party, has resigned from the party's leadership.
Bulgaria's controversial far-right Ataka (Attack) party will face its political death if it does not change the course chosen by its leader, Volen Siderov, according to the formation's former MP Kamen Petkov.
Diana Kovacheva, Executive Director of the Transparency without Borders Association, an affiliate of Transparency International, is the most likely new Bulgarian Justice Minister.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, is not satisfied at all with the work of Social Policy and Labor Minister, Totyu Mladenov.
The Podkrepa (Support) Labor Confederation and the Confederation of Independent Bulgarian Syndicates (KNSB) announced Sunday that they are quitting the Three-Way Council with the business and the cabinet.
There is a plot for a coup at the Bulgarian, far-right, nationalist Ataka party, according to party leader Volen Siderov.
The Podkrepa (Support) Labor Confederation and the Confederation of Independent Bulgarian Syndicates (KNSB) are going to announce Sunday if they are quitting the Three-Way Council.
Bulgarian nationalist party Ataka has expelled its MEP Dimitar Stoyanov from the party, after reports Thrusday that Stoyanov has requested the resignation of leader Volen Siderov.
Outgoing Bulgarian President, Georgi Parvanov, is considering imposing a veto on the cabinet's proposed amendment to up retirement age by one year, effective January 1, 2012.
MEP Dimitar Stoyanov has confirmed that he demands the resignation of Volen Siderov, leader of nationalist party Ataka and his stepfather.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has said that the country should set priority on innovations in the sphere of human spare parts.
Extra requirements to the Civil Registration Act have prevented a large part of Bulgaria's Roma and socially underprivileged population from obtaining ID cards and receiving social benefits, according to socialist MP Maya Manolova.
Bulgaria's Podkrepa Labor Confederation is leaving the National Council for Tripartite Cooperation and demands the resignation of Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Simeon Djankov over his plans to increase the retirement age by a year as 2012
The Bulgarian government approved Wednesday an ad-hoc fuel subsidy of BGN 6 M for the Interior Ministry.
Tsveta Georgieva is leaving the parliamentary group of Bulgarian nationalist party Ataka.
The dismissal of Bulgaria's Agriculture Minister, Miroslav Naydenov, is imminent, according to Members of the Parliament from the ruling, center-right Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party (GERB).
The right-wing would not offer parliamentary support for budget 2012, according to the co-Chair of the Blue Coalition and leader of Union of Democratic Forces, (UDF), Martin Dimitrov.
Bulgarian Interior Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov has used yet another opportunity to complain about the "scant" budget the institution has been allocated for 2012.
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