The Bulgarian Parliament decided Thursday to ban plea bargains in cases where death has been caused.
Bulgaria is facing a new reality that brought to the forefront the fact the country has serious problems with its national security, President Rosen Plevneliev, says.
The illegal Roma squatters in Bulgaria's capital Sofia will be demolished and the people living there will be returned to their home communities, the city's Mayor, Yordanka Fandakova, has declared.
The general practitioner (GP) fee in Bulgaria will no longer be determined on the basis of the minimum wage, according to amendments to the Health Insurance Act passed on second reading Wednesday.
At least 14 officials of Bulgaria's Customs Agency have reportedly been fired overnight.
The Bulgarian Parliament passed at second reading the most controversial paragraph five in the Forestry Act, submitted by MPs from the ruling GERB party.
The Bulgarian Parliament is holding Friday a behind closed-doors hearing of senior security and intelligence officials in connection with the terror act in the Black Sea city of Burgas.
Bulgaria's Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov has argued during Tuesday's parliamentary debates on a no confidence vote of the Borisov Cabinet that last week's devastatingly critical EC monitoring report on Bulgaria had registered progress.
Bulgaria and Bulgarians are gradually perishing from the incompetence of those in key positions, stated former European Commissioner Meglena Kuneva.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party would need about BGN 15 M to repair the badly aged and abandoned Buzludzha Monument, announced leading socialist politician Yanaki Stoilov.
Zlatko Zhivkov, mayor of Bulgarian north-western regional center Montana, was found to be in conflict of interests by the official state body for the investigation of such instances.
Bulgaria's State Agency for National Security (DANS) has no information about an active terror unit that could have provided assistance for the July 18 terror attack against Israeli tourists at the Burgas airport.
Rightist leader Ivan Kostov has insisted that the Bulgarian government and the State Agency for National Security (DANS) must explain as soon as possible why the country was hit by an international terror attack.
The State Agency for National Security, DANS, was caught completely unprepared to react to the terrorist attack in Bulgaria.
Bulgarian President, Rosen Plevneliev, is calling a meeting of the Consultative Council on National Security, KSNS.
Opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party and Movement for Rights and Freedoms have tabled to Parliament a no-confidence motion for the center-right GERB cabinet of PM Boyko Borisov.
The name of a file uploaded on Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev's website stirred public outrage in Bulgaria, as it contained an ethnic slur.
Bulgaria's right-wing Blue Coalition has declared that the European Commission's highly critical report on Bulgaria's justice reform and the fight against corruption and organized crime equals a "no confidence vote" for the country's government.
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