The upcoming Bulgarian Socialist Party congress in May is important not only for the party, but for Bulgaria as a whole, said socialist leader Sergey Stanishev Sunday.
A protest was carried out in front of the Romanian embassy in Sofia by Bulgarian nationalist Ataka party, who rallied against claims by Romania on a disputed Black Sea economic zone segment.
Bulgarian right-wing party Union of Democratic Forces has criticized the news that businessman Nikolay Valkanov is taking over the concession of the Gorubso Madan metal mines.
Volen Siderov, leader of the far-right Bulgarian Ataka party, has condemned the new political formation that is to be created on Sunday by former Ataka members.
Sofia Municipality will spend around BGN 1M on the creation of an information system for waste management.
The Ministry of Economy, Energy and Tourism (MIET) has officially rejected the rumors about the fake university diplomas of Delyan Dobrev, the newly appointed Economy and Energy Minister.
In a bid to respond to NGO criticism, Interior minister Tsvetan Tsvetnov has insisted that the institution has an uncompromising policy towards police brutality.
Recently dismissed Bulgarian Economy and Energy Minister, Traicho Traikov, will continue to work for the cabinet.
Dimitar Stoyanov, a far-right Bulgarian MEP, will create a new patriotic political formation together with his mother, Kapka Siderova.
Valentin Nikolov, a Member of Parliament from Bulgaria's ruling center-right party GERB, is Bulgaria's new Deputy Economy Minister.
Bulgaria's ruling centrist-right GERB approved the appointment of new Economy and Energy Minister Delyan Dobrev and new Health Minister Desislava Atanasova on Wednesday.
Martin Dimitrov, leader of the right-wing Union of Democratic Forces (UDF), has accused the centre-right GERB government of being a passive, helpless observer to the high prices of fuels, food products and pharmaceuticals in Bulgaria.
The left-wing oppositional Bulgarian Socialist Party has expectedly declared that it will vote against the ousting of Economy and Energy Minister Traicho Traikov and Health Minister Stefan Konstantinov.
Recently dismissed Bulgarian Economy and Energy Minister, Traicho Traikov, says he has no problem in finding a new job and already has several offers despite never planning to part with his post.
Volen Siderov, leader of nationalist party Ataka, has insisted that outgoing Energy and Economy Minister Traicho Traikov should be subjected to an investigation over conflict of interest and malfeasance in office.
Former Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov has endorsed former PM Sergey Stanishev for a full-term President of the Party of Euroepan Socialists (PES).
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