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Bulgaria Mulls Moving Foreign Ministry to Controversial Army Building

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has suggested that the country's Foreign Ministry should move to the so called so called National Army Complex building in downtown Sofia, according to local media reports.

Politics » Domestic | August 15, 2012, Wednesday // 10:42 | Viewed: 910

Ex-Commissioner Kuneva: Bulgarian Govt Wants to Kill SMEs

Bulgaria's center-right GERB cabinet has consistently been leading a policy of supporting companies with dominant market position, stated former EU commissioner Meglena Kuneva.

Politics » Domestic | August 14, 2012, Tuesday // 20:00 | Viewed: 879

Bulgarian PM to Keep 'Procuring' Sponsors for Sports Clubs

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has insisted that he is to continue his controversial involvement in the affairs of sports clubs.

Politics » Domestic | August 11, 2012, Saturday // 13:55 | Viewed: 977

Bulgarian Prosecution Refuses to Investigate PM Borisov's 'Dark Past' over WikiLeaks

Bulgaria's Prosecutor's Office has refused to investigate Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov over the reports that his past is connected with criminal activity based on secret US diplomatic cables published on WikiLeaks.

Politics » Domestic | August 9, 2012, Thursday // 19:49 | Viewed: 2322

Bulgarian Presidency Starts Tweeting

Bulgaria's Presidency has launched its profile on Twitter, its press service announced Wednesday.

Politics » Domestic | August 8, 2012, Wednesday // 16:08 | Viewed: 761

Bulgaria's Interior Min Mad at Ex Intelligence Head for Admitting Security Problem

Bulgarian Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov has slammed Tsvetlin Yovchev, the former head of the State National Security Agency DANS and current presidential advisor, for admitting that Bulgaria has a grave national security problem after the July 18 te

Politics » Domestic | August 8, 2012, Wednesday // 10:39 | Viewed: 740

Bulgaria to Map Out Roma Ghettos with EU Money

Bulgaria's authorities are executing a project to create maps of the ghettos inhabitted with the msot marginalized Roma communities across the country.

Politics » Domestic | August 7, 2012, Tuesday // 20:36 | Viewed: 1897

Check Delays by Months Bulgarian N-Plant Referendum

The check of Bulgaria's GRAO of signatures collected in support of a referendum on the project to build a second Nuclear Power Plant, NPP, in the Danube town of Belene, will take at least 3 months.

Politics » Domestic | August 7, 2012, Tuesday // 14:57 | Viewed: 685

Bulgarian Interior Requests Funds for Dubious Firefighting Equipment

The Bulgarian Ministry of Interior has requested BGN 110,000 from the cabinet to repair firefighting equipment that was allegedly damaged in a recent wildfire in the Vitosha mountain near capital Sofia.

Politics » Domestic | August 4, 2012, Saturday // 16:35 | Viewed: 943

After Parliament, Anonymous Hack Turkish-Bulgarian Party Website

The Bulgarian unit of the Anonymous has hacked the website of liberal Movement for Rights and Freedoms party Thursday evening.

Politics » Domestic | August 2, 2012, Thursday // 20:11 | Viewed: 1791

Bulgaria's Ex President Styles Himself All-Out Leftist Unifier

Former Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov has proclaimed himself a "unifier" of all leftist parties and movements in Bulgaria.

Politics » Domestic | August 2, 2012, Thursday // 16:00 | Viewed: 865

Ex-President: Bulgarian Cabinet Constitutionally Incompetent

Former Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov has lashed out at PM Boyko Borisov's ambivalent stance towards a referendum to be carried out on in Bulgaria on building a second NPP at Belene.

Politics » Domestic | August 2, 2012, Thursday // 14:50 | Viewed: 799

Bulgarian Parliament Obsessed with Corporate Legislation - Analysts

The Bulgarian Parliament is showing an increased tendency to adopt legislation under corporate influence, states an analysis by Bulgarian NGO Institute of Modern Politics.

Politics » Domestic | August 2, 2012, Thursday // 14:26 | Viewed: 969

1000 km of Second, Third Class Roads in Bulgaria under Repair

Regional Development Minister Lilyana Pavlova has explained that 1000 km of second and third class roads are being repaired.

Politics » Domestic | August 2, 2012, Thursday // 09:55 | Viewed: 823

Thousands of Bulgarians Compete for 151 Customs Agency Vacancies

Thousands of Bulgarians are competing for a total of 151 jobs at the Customs Agency.

Politics » Domestic | July 31, 2012, Tuesday // 11:46 | Viewed: 767

Bulgaria's Top Cop Masterminds New Crime Prevention Body

Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister, Tsvetan Tsvetanov, has come up with a brand new idea to fight crime in the country by establishing a National Council for Crime Prevention.

Politics » Domestic | July 30, 2012, Monday // 14:52 | Viewed: 785

Bulgarian Ministers 'Hysteric' over Terror Act Blame

The Friday behind-closed-doors hearing of Interior Minister, Tsvetan Tsvetanov, in the Parliament over the terror attack at the Burgas airport has ended with a huge scandal.

Politics » Domestic | July 28, 2012, Saturday // 14:35 | Viewed: 2127

Bulgarian Socialists Hold Traditional Mount Buzludzha Fest

The members and the followers of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) are holding Saturday their traditional meeting at Mount Buzludzha under the motto "Decisiveness for Change.

Politics » Domestic | July 28, 2012, Saturday // 12:21 | Viewed: 1224

Bulgarian PM Assesses His 3-Year Rule as 'Highly Successful'

Three years after the cabinet of the Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party, GERB, was sworn in office, Prime Minister and party leader, Boyko Borisov, says that after a while his rule will be assessed as extremely successful.

Politics » Domestic | July 27, 2012, Friday // 15:22 | Viewed: 873

Bulgarian Services Prevented 15 Terror Attacks - Top Cop

Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov has claimed that Bulgarian authorities have prevented terror acts without giving publicity to the cases.

Politics » Domestic | July 27, 2012, Friday // 10:59 | Viewed: 776

Bulgarian MPs to Hold Closed-Doors Hearing on Burgas Bus Bombing

On their last workday before the summer recess, Bulgarian MPs will hold a closed-door hearing on the July 18 terror attack against Israeli tourists in the Black Sea city of Burgas.

Politics » Domestic | July 27, 2012, Friday // 08:39 | Viewed: 657