56 MPs from the left-wing Coalition for Bulgaria and the ethnic Turkish party Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) have tabled a request seeking the recognition that the amendments to the Diplomatic Service Act contradict both the Constitution and norms
Volen Sidderov, the leader of Bulgaria's far-right Ataka (Attack) party has been the one who triggered the violent assault against Muslims in front of a Sofia mosque in May, former party members have clamed.
Bisser Petkov, Bulgaria's newly appointed social security head, has denied allegations that he is Financial Minister Simeon Djankov's protege.
Lilyana Pavlova has been appointed Bulgaria's Minister of Regional Development and Public Works after parliament approved her nomination on Friday.
Bulgaria's State Agriculture Fund, the institution in charge of distributing EU agricultural funding, has Vasil Grudev as a new Deputy CEO.
Bulgaria's Deputy Agriculture Minister, Georgi Kostov, has resigned from his post Thursday.
MPs from ruling center-right party GERB, nationalist Ataka and the Bulgarian Socialist Party have proposed amendments to the Penal Procedure Code regarding the jurisdiction of Bulgaria's Supreme Court of Cassation (VKS).
Bisser Petkov, the former deputy head of Bulgaria's Financial Supervision Commission, has been officially appointed as the new head of the country's Social Security Institute.
The former deputy head of Bulgaria's Financial Supervision Commission Bisser Petkov stands very high chances to be elected the next chair of the country's Social Security Institute (NOI).
Bulgarian PM Boyko Borisov has expressed extreme satisfaction from his meeting with Luxembourg counterpart, who is on an official visit to Bulgaria Wednesday.
Bulgaria's Parliament postponed the first-reading vote on constitutional amendments and supplements proposed by Finance Minister Simeon Djankov aimed at allowing the introduction of the so-called Financial Stability Pact.
The Bulgarian town of Pravets, near the capital Sofia, birth place of Communist dictator, Todor Zhivkov, is marking Wednesday the latter's 100th anniversary.
Lilyana Pavlova will replace Rosen Plevneliev as Bulgaria's Minister of Regional Development and Public Works.
Bulgaria's Prosecutor's Office has not found any evidence that the in-laws of Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov were involved in tax evasion, and refused to start a procedure against them.
The Bulgarian Parliament unanimously approved Friday with 132 votes to assign the National Audit Office, NAO, to probe the legitimacy of additional State subsidy to parties joined at a later date by independent MPs.
Bulgaria's former Tsar and former PM Simeon Saxe-Coburg has expressed a high opinion of current Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov.
Expectedly, the euthanasia draft bill proposed by left-wing Bulgarian Socialist Party MP Lyuben Kornezov, was not accepted by the country's Parliament.
Effective Thursday, September 1, the Bulgarian Interior Ministry will no longer receive donations from private individuals and private companies.
The report of Bulgaria's Borisov Cabinet presented at the opening of the new Parliamentary session Wednesday is nothing but administrative chronicles, without any politics, according to Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov.
A draft bill on legalizing euthanasia in Bulgaria submitted to the country's Parliament by left-wing Bulgarian Socialist Party MP Lyuben Kornezov is to receive its first reding Thursday.
The Members of the Bulgarian Parliament are reconvening Wednesday for their first meeting after the summer break, which began on July 30.
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