The Members of the Bulgarian Parliament are reconvening Wednesday for their first meeting after the summer break, which began on July 30.
Sergey Stanishev, leader of the left-wing Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), has stated he would be glad to welcome the country's outgoing President Georgi Parvanov back to his political formation.
Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov, who is drawing closer to the end of his second and last term in office, has said that his return to the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) would reinforce the formation and open it to new partners.
Sofia City Court (SCC) Chair Vladimira Yaneva has not committed conflict of interest in the embezzlement trial against the former executives of the municipal real estate company Sofiyski Imoti.
The ruling Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria, GERB, party is showcasing for the first time Sunday the renovated party headquarters in downtown Sofia.
The idea that Bulgaria's President Georgi Parvanov may once again head the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), from which he started his political career, is impossible, according to the party's current leader Sergey Stanishev.
Vladimira Yaneva, the controversially appointed Chair of Sofia City Court boasting a family friendship with Bulgarian Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov, has said that she continues to see no justification for the conflict of interest accusations laid at
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and his cabinet have made a total of 400 promises over the past year and have partially or entirely fulfilled some 10% of them.
Bulgaria's President Georgi Parvanov may return to the leftist Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), from which he once started his political career, after he finishes his second and last term in office.
The development of the Libya events over the last couple of days has shown that totalitarian and authoritarian regimes have no place in the 21st century, Bulgaria's Parliamentary Chair Tsetska Tsacheva reckons.
The municipality of Bulgarian capital Sofia signed a high-profile EUR 31 M deal on the EU's Regional Development operational programme for boosting its public transportation network Tuesday.
The executive committee of ruling Bulgarian center-right GERB has accepted the proposal of the party's campaign headquarters to give up fundraising for the October 23 presidential and municipal elections.
Bulgaria's new state commission on conflict of interest has started work on the first 20 signals received.
The election team of ruling Bulgarian center-right GERB has proposed to the executive committee of the party to give up fundraising for the October 23 presidential and municipal elections.
The Union of Communists in Bulgaria tabled a claim for ownership of the historic Buzludzha Monument Thursday, just two weeks after the Bulgarian Socialist Party did the same.
Bulgaria's Council for Electronic Media (SEM) has returned the application of nationalist party Ataka for the registration of its own TV channel.
The decision to close the only refinery in Bulgaria, owned by Russia's Lukoil, could have turned into a national security threat.
Bulgaria's Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov, firmly denies reports of being in discord and in conflict with fellow Deputy PM, Finance Minister, Simeon Djankov.
The trade unions at the Bulgarian Interior Ministry are deeply satisfied by the order of their Minister, Tsvetan Tsvetanov, effectively banning donations from private businesses and individuals.
Bulgaria's Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov has snubbed his fellow Deputy PM, Finance Minister Simeon Djankov, shortly after the latter suggested that the 2012 state budget should redirect funds from the security sector to education.
The deadline to bring an end to all cigarettes smuggling in Bulgaria is February 2012, Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, says.
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