Bulgaria's Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, wished success to the two major parties in the now former right-wing Blue Coalition, after news reports about the latter's breakup.
Bulgaria's center-right GERB cabinet headed by PM Boyko Borisov is already gearing for general elections scheduled for the summer of 2013, said opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party chair Sergey Stanishev.
The leader of Bulgaria's right-wing party Union of Democratic Forces (UDF), Martin Dimitrov, announced officially he is resigning, after it was reported that the so-called Blue Coalition fell apart.
Lieutenant General Dimitar Dimitrov, commander of Bulgaria's National Security Service, has filed his resignation with President Rosen Plevneliev.
Bulgaria's right-wing Blue Coalition may fall apart, as one of the two major parties within it, the Union of Democratic Forces (UDF), is to decide on whether it would take part in the 2013 general elections on its own.
The Sofia City Court (SCC) has acquitted Lidia Shuleva, former Deputy Prime Minister in the Cabinet of Simeon Saxe-Coburg, on charges of malfeasance in office.
Meglena Plugchieva, who was recently proposed as Bulgaria's next Ambassador to Switzerland, has announced her plans to "gradually withdraw from active politics.
The ruling, center-right Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party, GERB, lost the local elections in the western city of Kyustendil because the opposition Socialists had purchased their votes.
The Coalition Kyustendil has secured a landslide victory in the Sunday elections for municipal councilors in the western Bulgarian city under the same name.
Bulgarians' hype over Prime Minister Boyko Borisov will be last-lasting, but the country's economic woes will one day debunk the myth of his charisma, a psychologist and former right-wing member of parliament has forecast.
Bulgaria's western city of Kyustendil is holding Sunday elections for new municipal councilors.
Anna Yaneva is the new Chair of the Socialists' Sofia organization after the withdrawal of Rumen Ovcharov.
If Bulgaria's rightist Blue Coalition falls apart, Martin Dimitrov is ready to resign as the leader of one of the two main coalition partners, the Union of Democratic Forces.
Rumen Ovcharov, one of the most influential figures of Bulgaria's main opposition party, the Bulgarian Socialist Party, stated he will be quitting the chair of the Socialists' Sofia organization.
The average monthly salary in the first quarter of 2012 increased by 8.9% year on year, while the number of employees under labor contracts declined by only 2.1%, according to preliminary data of the Bulgarian National Statistical Institute (NSI).
Bulgaria's government is not responsible whatsoever for the two mobsters who vanished after receiving their sentences, the country's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has stated.
All candidates for elective offices in Bulgaria should undergo an obligatory psychological assessment, Krasimir Velchev, a key MP with ruling centrist-right GERB, has proposed.
Customs Agency chief Vanyo Tanov has said that the recent bribery scandal at the institution will not lead to dismissals at this stage.
Bulgaria will pay slightly above EUR 7 M to the World Bank (WB) for consultancy services on the preparation of several strategic documents in three sectors.
The Bulgarian Commission for Protection against Discrimination (KZD) has sent a tip-off to the prosecuting authority about two books of Volen Siderov, MP and leader of nationalist party Ataka.
Former European Commissioner and former Bulgarian Presidential runner Meglena Kuneva announced officially the transformation of her civic movement to a political party on Europe day, May 9.
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