Bulgaria's Commission for Consumer Protection (KZP) will file a class action lawsuit against the the three mobile operators, M-tel, Globul and Vivacom over an aggressive SMS-based campaign promoting the interactive TV game"Turn Millionaire", KZP's office
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has admitted that he is eager to win his country's Footballer of the Year Award.
Bulgaria must stay the course of reforms in the social sector because there is no other way to deal with the crisis situation, believes President-elect, Rosen Plevneliev.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, suspects the protests and strikes that are shaking the country are an attempt to topple the cabinet.
President-elect Rosen Plevneliev and current Head of State Georgi Parvanov will talk in private Monday.
Former officers of the Bulgarian Ministry of Defense Volodya Tsvetanov and Valetin Tsankov have filed claims against the ministry for being improperly dismissed.
Bulgaria's police officers are set to stage mass protests over their retirement conditions, the Syndicate Federation of Police Officers decided Saturday.
Bulgaria's EU Commissioner and former World Bank VP Kristalina Georgieva has defended the move of the ruling center-right party GERB that stipulates an increase of the retirement age by one year as of 2012.
Bulgaria's PM in 1997-2001 Ivan Kostov has been reelected as chairman of his party, "Democrats for Strong Bulgaria", at a national congress of the party in Sofia.
Kalina Krumova, who became Friday the latest Member of the Parliament, to leave the ranks of the far-right, nationalist Ataka party, explains her move with professional motives.
The Bulgarian labor unions are overreacting and are acting as racketeers, according to Social Policy and Labor Minister, Totyu Mladenov.
13 of the total of 15 MPs of nationalist party Ataka MPs, Volen Siderov included, have pledged unwavering allegiance to the formation in a Friday media statement.
Legendary Bulgarian striker Hristo Stoichkov, a darling of the current center-right cabinet and especially the prime minister, is likely to be appointed sports minister next year, according to local media reports.
The Deputy Minister of Economy, Energy and Tourism, Evegeni Angelov, is going to be included in the team of Bulgaria's President-elect, Rosen Plevneliev.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, much anticipated Thursday meeting with the business and the syndicate ended in less than one hour, after the later walked out, declaring the meeting illegally called.
"Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov's periodic attacks against lawyers based on issues entirely beyond his competence divert public opinion from the real problems of the executive in the fight against crime," the Supreme Bar Council said in a declaration
Bulgaria's President-elect, Rosen Plevneliev, begins Wednesday his tour of the six largest cities in the country.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, is meeting Wednesday with the leaders of the Podkrepa (Support) Labor Confederation and the Confederation of Independent Bulgarian Syndicates (KNSB).
Bulgaria's Ministry of Interior has spent BGN 83 M in excess of its official budget for 2010, according to a report by the National Audit Office quoted by the Wednesday issue of daily Sega.
The opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party and Movement for Rights and Freedoms came out Tuesday with separate statements supporting protests taken up by Bulgaria's trade unions.
There are prospects for compromise between the Bulgarian state and trade unions, stated front bench ruling GERB party MP Iskra Fidosova.
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