Archeologists should stop blackmailing the State and hurdle highway construction, ordered Bulgaria's Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov.
Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has appointed two new Deputy Justice Ministers, Velina Todorova and Denitsa Valkova-Petkova.
Desislav Chukolov, Deputy Chair of Ataka, has termed the bomb threat alert at the nationalist party's headquarters as a provocation staged by Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov.
Independent MP Dimitar Chukarski has accused former EU Commissioner Meglena Kuneva of plagiarizing the name of her newly founded civic movement.
Bulgarian Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov has taken advantage of yet another opportunity to level criticism at the judiciary.
Four Members of the Parliament have left the Parliamentary group of the Bulgarian far-right, nationalist party Ataka.
Bulgaria's Parliament has appointed 10 members of the Inspectorate at the Supreme Judicial Council (VSS) without any debates on the qualities of the 11 candidates and amid suspicions that the procedure had been pre-arranged.
Bulgaria's ruling centrist-right GERB is more than likely to call for a snap parliamentary election, Sergey Stanishev, interim leader of the Party of European Socialists, has predicted.
Key politicians from both Bulgaria's leftist and rightist opposition have expressed worries about the wave of mysterious and yet unpunished car arsons gripping capital Sofia since end of November.
Former Bulgarian European Commissioner Meglena Kuneva inaugurated the creation of a new civic movement dubbed "Bulgaria for Citizens" Sunday.
Bulgaria has continued the trend of dropping down the Economist Intelligence Unit's Democracy index, being ranked 52th with an index of 6.
A few days before the end of a pretty turbulent year, Bulgaria's Prime Minister and leader of the ruling center-right GERB Boyko Borisov has confirmed he will be seeking a second term in his current office.
Bulgaria's prime minister, well known for his populist pledges, plans to assign top priority to the country's struggling health system, plagued by chronic underfunding, brain-drain and a lack of meaningful reform.
The first appearance in the Parliament, after a two-week-long absence, of Bulgaria's nationalist leader, Volen Siderov, ended with a scandal Friday and his removal from plenary hall.
Bulgaria's Parliament expectedly rejected the veto imposed by outgoing President Georgi Parvanov on the Act that foresees the retirement age in the country to be gradually increased with one year until 2014.
The increase of Bulgaria's retirement age with three months each year until 2014 will be once again discussed in the Bulgarian Parliament on Friday after President Georgi Parvanov vetoed the recent disputed amendment.
Obligatory educational requirements for voting should be introduced in Bulgaria, according to left-wing Bulgarian Socialist Party's key MP, Lyuben Kornezov.
Hiring workers without concluding labor contracts will continue to be penalized by the Chief Labor Inspectorate (GIT) and not by the National Revenue Agency (NRA).
Bulgaria's Supreme Judicial Council (VSS) will nominate Thursday a Sofia City Prosecutor.
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