Bulgaria's Deputy Transport Minister Ivaylo Moskovski will be put in charge of the department in the wake of Minister Tsvetkov's surprising resignation, the government has decided.
Bulgaria's deputy minister of Economy, Energy and Tourism Mariy Kossev has resigned, it emerged on Wednesday just minutes after the news about the resignation of Transport Minister Alexander Tsvetkov broke.
Even though Bulgaria's Transport Minister Alexander Tsvetkov has formally resigned his post over "personal reasons", there are indications that he was ousted because of failed policies and lobbyist deals.
Bulgaria's Deputy Transport Minister Ivaylo Moskovski will be put in charge of the department in the wake of Minister Tsvetkov's surprising resignation, according to reports.
Alexander Tsvetkov, Bulgaria's Minister of Transport, Information Technologies and Communications in the Cabinet of the center-right GERB party, resigned his post on Wednesday, May 18, 2011.
The Members of the Bulgarian Parliament voted Wednesday to release from her duties the head of Bulgaria's Social Security Institute (NOI) Hristina Mitreva.
The Bulgarian Ministers of Transport and Agriculture, Alexander Tsvetkov and Miroslav Naydenov, will be dismissed over failure to fulfill their obligations and pre-election scheming, announced Yane Yanev, leader of the conservative Order, Law and Justice,
Members and followers of Bulgaria's far-right, nationalist Ataka party marred Tuesday the ceremony dedicated to the martyrs of the Batak massacre.
The head of Bulgaria's Social Security Institute (NOI) Hristina Mitreva has submitted her resignation despite her firm determination to remain at the post.
Bulgarian businessmen and former Security Service agent Alexei Petrov used his visit to the National Investigation Service (NIS) to rekindle the political tensions between him and Prime Minister Borisov.
The Bulgarian Constitutional Court, KS, revoked the possibility of the Parliamentary majority to block the opposition from asking a no confidence vote for six months.
Bulgaria's interior minister has persisted with criticisms of the country's justice system, despite accusations from abroad that his statements erode confidence in the judiciary and threaten to undermine the magistrates' independence.
The Bulgarian trade union Confederation of Independent Syndicates, KNSB, stands firm behind the Director of the National Social Security Institute, NOI, Hristina Mitreva, in her desire to remain at the post.
Commenting on the attacks against US Ambassador to Bulgaria James Warlick, Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov said some Bulgarian politicians were behaving unacceptably.
The Movement of Rights and Freedom's voters are sick and tired of the party's autocratic ways and are going to show that on upcoming municipal and presidential elections in the fall, according to ex-vice-chair of the Movement Kasim Dal.
Citing a loaded agenda of ongoing infrastructure projects, Regional Development Minister Rosen Plevneliev rejected allegations that he would become prime minister if Boyko Borisov runs for and is elected president.
The Director of the National Social Security Institute (NOI) Hristina Mitreva, has no intentions of retiring, the Institute's press center announced Monday.
The Mayor of Sofia's Lozenets district, Prosho Proshkov, is the official candidate of the right-wing Democrats for Strong Bulgaria, DSB, party to run for mayor of the capital in the fall.
Bulgarian President, Georgi Parvanov, supported the idea to eliminate texts in the Constitution banning people with double citizenship to run for Head of State.
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