Bulgarian PM Plamen Oresharski said he is open to dialogue with protesters who have re-occupied the main building of Sofia University, requesting his resignation.
Former Bulgarian journalist Nikolay Barekov has officially launched his brand new political project on Saturday.
Sofia University President Ivan Ilchev has strongly criticized the students who once again occupied the university’s main building as a sign of protest against the government.
Students protesting against Bulgaria’s embattled left-leaning government have once again occupied the main building of the country’s largest university.
Bulgaria's Customs Agency reported revenues of over BGN 8.
Boyko Borisov, former Bulgarian Prime Minister and leader of center-right party GERB, has mocked the election talk of right-wing formation The Reformist Bloc.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has scheduled a sitting of the Consultative Council on National Security (KSNS) on February 4.
Bulgaria's Parliament called it a day after MPs could not reach the quorum after midday recess, Wednesday.
Bulgaria's Ataka party leader Volen Siderov has declared the forfeit of his parliamentary immunity, Wednesday morning.
Bulgaria's ultranationalist party Ataka and its leader Volen Siderov have given up their parliamentary immunity, Wednesday.
Market economy is hard pressed by corruption, oligarchy and monopolies, Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev said at a conference accounting for two years in office.
Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) is holding Sunday a national meeting of activists with party leader Sergey Stanishev in the second largest city of Plovdiv.
The current leader of Bulgarian right-wing party Blue Unity, Hristo Panchugov, was reelected by a unanimous vote at the first national conference of the formation.
A Bulgarian sociologist has suggested that left-wing movement ABV and center-right party GERB may join forces on key issues.
The ad-hoc parliamentary committee tasked with preparing a new Election Code adopted the project submitted by the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP).
A total of seven Bulgarian nationalist NGO are seeking to form an anti-EU coalition movement that would take part in elections.
Laid-off workers from the shipyard in the Bulgarian city of Burgas staged another protest on Friday, according to reports of the Bulgarian National Radio (BNR).
The leader of Bulgaria's ultranationalist party Ataka has filed a complaint against Varna policeman Kostadin Kolev in the city's Police Directorate and District Prosecutor's Office.
Bulgaria's former Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, is going to approach the chief prosecutor over media abuses of his personal privacy.
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