Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has once again urged controversial magistrate Veneta Markovska ,who was recently elected constitutional judge, to withdraw.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has declared that his government will not meddle in the election of a new Orthodox Patriarch.
Krasimir Tsipov, an MP with Bulgaria's ruling centrist-right GERB, has been elected as the new head of the Parliament's Committee on Internal Security and Public Order.
Bulgarian opposition liberal Movement for Rights and Freedoms will start consultations for tabling a new no-confidence vote against the center-right GERB cabinet of PM Boyko Borisov.
The reputation of one person cannot be more important than the reputation of the State, Bulgaria's Justice Minister, Diyana Kovacheva, commented Monday.
Controversial Bulgarian magistrate, Veneta Markovska, who was recently elected constitutional judge, has postponed taking the oath of office in awaiting the results of a probe of all tipoffs against her.
Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, has reiterated calls on controversial magistrate, Veneta Markovska, who was recently elected constitutional judge, to withdraw.
Authoritarian rule is on its way to entrench itself in Bulgaria 23 years after the transition to democracy that started Novemer 10, 1989, said PES and Bulgarian Socialist Party leader Sergey Stanishev.
Bulgaria's prosecution will not investigate who submitted the signal that tained constitutional judge elect Veneta Markovska, stated Bulgarian interim Chief Prosecutor Boyko Naydenov.
Seven members of Bulgaria's Supreme Judicial Council, VSS, have nominated Thursday, Sotir Tsatsarov, for the country's new Chief Prosecutor.
Special police troops in the Bulgarian city of Plovdiv have canceled their professional holiday, as they will have to police a friendly football game between the teams of Botev Plovdiv and Vitosha Bistritsa, according to Mediapool.
Independent Bulgarian MPs who left the ranks of the marginal conservative Order, Law, and Justice (RZS) party, will set up a new right-wing conservative party.
Embattled Bulgarian magistrate, Veneta Markovska, has sent a letter to the Chair of the Constitutional Court, declaring she would take the oath of office after it is proven that her reputation as judge and person is impeccable.
The Prosecutor's Office in Bulgarian capital Sofia has confirmed that there is an investigation launched against juge Veneta Markovska, last week elected by Parliament to become constitutional judge.
Bulgaria's Supreme Judicial Council (VSS) is to appoint Tuesday an interim Chief Prosecutor after last week's resignation of Boris Velchev.
Bulgaria's far-right party "Ataka" has started a petition among the Members of Parliament in order to ask the Constitutional Court to declare the ethnic Turkish party DPS ("Movement for Rights and Freedoms") unconstitutional.
Boris Velchev, the outgoing Bulgarian Chief Prosecutor, firmly believes that his successor must be someone from the Prosecutor's Office, a prosecutor who knows the issues in the system.
Ahmed Dogan, leader of the ethnic Turkish party Movement for Rights and Freedoms, DPS stresses on the need for all ethnicities in Bulgaria to have a common interpretation of the history of the Balkans.
The Bulgarian Ministry of Interior has received donations totalling close to EUR 3 M for the first 9 months of 2012, according to a report by wide circulation Bulgarian daily Trud.
Bulgarian President, Rosen Plevneliev, issued Friday a decree to officially release Boris Velchev from the post of Chief Prosecutor.
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