Bulgarian Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski was once again booed by protesters on Wednesday, as he opened an economic forum in the capital Sofia.
Bulgaria’s Constitutional Court is to hold a sitting on Thursday on the case of notorious lawmaker Delyan Peevski.
More than 400 students, teachers and citizens attended the lecture of Bulgaria's President Rosen Plevneliev at the American University in Bulgaria (AUBG).
An internal email of the Bulgarian Socialist Party containing instructions on how to discredit anti-government protesters leaked on Wednesday, stirring outrage in the country.
University students, who tried to blockade politicians inside the Bulgarian parliament as part of ongoing anti-governmental protests, have rejected future cooperation with the center-right GERB of former PM Boyko Borisov.
Thousands of Bulgarians gathered in the capital Sofia Wednesday to protests against the country’s embattled Socialist-led government.
Bulgarian Economy Minister Dragomir Stoynev has criticized one of the two largest trade unions in the country over a planned nationwide protest next week.
A lawmaker from Bulgaria’s ruling Bulgarian Socialist Party has demanded that Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova abolish the ongoing anti-government protests in the capital.
KNSB, one of the two major trade unions in Bulgaria, has scheduled a nationwide protest for November 20, it was announced on Wednesday.
Bulgaria’s largest opposition party, the center-right GERB of former PM Boyko Borisov, is to organize an anti-government protest on Saturday, Borisov has announced.
On Tuesday, the ruling majority turned the "National Assembly" square in a gladiator arena and bloodied the unarmed peaceful protest of Bulgarian students, says the formerly-ruling, opposition center-right party GERB.
Bulgaria's ruling Socialists have put the blame for the latest scenes of violence in front of the parliament squarely on the shoulders of their predecessors.
Bulgaria's capital Sofia remains a "war" zone Wednesday with close to the unprecedented in recent history 10 000 riot police and gendarmerie with shields, helmets, batons, and armored vehicles, deployed in its downtown.
After ten hours of antigovernment protests in the Bulgarian capital Sofia, tensions continue to flare even further.
There were around 400 anti-government protesters in front of the Parliament building in Sofia by 7pm on Tuesday.
Protesters have pushed down almost all metal barriers in front of the Parliament building in Sofia.
Protesters have pushed down part of the railings in front of the Parliament building in Sofia.
The majority of Bulgarian lawmakers have managed to leave the building of the Parliament in the capital Sofia, surrounded by antigovernment protesters with the help of heavy riot police presence.
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