Bulgarian Economy and Energy Minister Dragomir Stoynev will have one more deputy minister, a fifth one, the government’s press center has announced.
Bulgarian Justice Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Zinaida Zlatanova has recommended a comprehensive inspection of the activity of the Commission on Prevention and Ascertainment of Conflict of Interest (CPACI) due to the scandal in which its former Chai
Bulgaria’s former Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has made a U-turn, saying he no longer insists on holding early elections immediately.
The former Member of the Parliament from the Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party, GERB, Vyara Petrova, announced Wednesday she was calling it quits with the formation.
Bulgarian anti-government protesters insist that clashes and tensions have erupted in downtown Sofia between them and riot police after 11 am Wednesday.
A new Bulgarian Customs Agency Head will be appointed in days to replace Vanyo Tanov who will be removed from the post.
Bulgarians are protesting once again Wednesday by staging the now-traditional coffee-drinking anti-government rally in front of the Parliament building in downtown Sofia.
The Citizens for Bulgaria Movement party of former EU Commissioner Meglena Kuneva plans to propose an expansion of the so-called "Reformist Bloc.
The liberal Movement for Rights and Freedoms fully backs Bulgarian PM Plamen Oresharski's policy program for his cabinet, stated the party's leader Lyutvi Mestan.
Bulgarian PM Plamen Oresharski has reiterated his position that it is all too early for Bulgaria to hold snap elections.
Bulgarian PM Plamen Oresharski has declined to meet leading protest representatives who had invited him on a live TV debate.
Bulgaria's cabinet chaired by PM Plamen Oresharski must stay in power to continue its efforts against an entrenched oligarchy and pervasive povery, according to socialist MP Yanaki Stoilov.
Followers of Bulgaria's Socialist-endorsed Cabinet have suffered a rift and split in two groups regarding their support petitions.
Bulgarians protested once again Tuesday by staging the now-traditional coffee-drinking anti-government rally in front of the Parliament building in downtown Sofia.
Bulgarians have gathered to stage an anti-government evening protest in the capital Sofia for the 46th day in a row.
The bus driver was the only official of Bulgaria’s Interior Ministry in the bus that attempted to evacuate Bulgarian ministers and MPs during last week’s siege of Parliament in Sofia, according to reports of Regional Directorate of the Ministry of Interio
Bulgaria’s former Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has once again stated that early elections would be the only way to calm the ongoing mass anti-government protests in the country.
Bulgarian anti-government protesters are organizing themselves on Facebook to stage rallies and blockades at the official State summer residence Evsinograd, near the Black Sea city of Varna.
The window of the bus that attempted to evacuate Bulgarian ministers and lawmakers during last week’s siege of Parliament in Sofia may have been broken from inside, a video suggests.
Kamen Sitnilski, member of Bulgaria's Supreme Judicial Council (VSS), has proposed a probe of the election procedures for VSS members from all quotas – that of prosecutors, investigating magistrates, judges, and Members of Parliament.
Bulgarians protested once again Monday by staging the now-traditional coffee-drinking anti-government rally in front of the Parliament building in downtown Sofia.
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