Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova has once again declared that she would not abolish the ongoing mass protests against the Bulgarian government.
Participants in the protest rally in support of the Bulgarian cabinet Oresharski have gathered for the 26th day in a row Monday, but at a different location.
Filip Zlatanov is appealing the decision of the Sofia City Court to remove him from the post of Chair of Bulgaria's Commission on Prevention and Ascertainment of Conflict of Interest (CPACI) over charges of malfeasance in office.
Bulgarians are protesting once again Monday for the 26th day in a row by staging the now-traditional coffee-drinking anti-government rally in front of the Parliament building in downtown Sofia.
An anti-government information service has been launched in Bulgaria Sunday to publish news and messages related to the protest rallies against the Cabinet Oresharski.
Participants in the protest rally in support of the Bulgarian cabinet Oresharski have gathered for the 25th day in a row Sunday in the park of the National Palace of Culture.
Bulgaria’s former European Commissioner has warned the country is in for stormy and austere times.
Bulgaria's embattled Socialist-backed government will make a new attempt to cope with the job-skipping problem by adopting changes to the regulations on the MPs work.
Thousands of Bulgarians have once again gathered in downtown Sofia to protest against the country’s embattled government.
Bulgarian President, Rosen Plevneliev, believes slander attacks against him will persist.
People have told me many times that Iskra Fidosova used my name and Tsvetanov's name to conduct shady deals without us knowing it, says former Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov.
Bulgarian State Agency for National Security's new director must invest his most concerted efforts to curb financial crime in the country, stated Bulgarian PM Plamen Oresharski.
Bulgaria's special services should not be used to pressure citizens by snooping on them, stated Vladimir Pisanchev, the newly elected director of Bulgaria's State Agency for National Security (DANS).
Bulgaria’s parliament elected on Friday Vladimir Pisanchev for new director of the State Agency for National Security, DANS, after surprisingly postponing the decision a day earlier.
A notorious Roma clan boss replaced on Friday Emil Ivanov, who was released from his MP duties in order for him to assume the post of Regional Governor of Sofia, a highly controversial election, which triggered fresh protests.
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