Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, declared he is halting the controversial Forestry Act until full consensus is reached.
Lyuben Tatarski, MP from Bulgaria's ruling GERB party, was at the helm of Sunday's blockade of the E-79 international road to Greece in support of the controversial new Forestry Act.
Citizens from the Bansko, Razlog and Simitli municipalities of south-western Bulgaria are coming out to protest in support of Bulgaria's controversial and vetoed Forestry Act.
The veto, imposed by President Rosen Plevneliev on the Forestry Act is a chance to achieve what is best for Bulgaria, Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, now says.
The discontent of environmentalists has been used to serve political and extremist interests and to an extent even organized crime, says Bulgarian Interior Minister, Tsvetan Tsvetanov.
Bulgarian Agriculture Minister, Miroslav Naydenov, has reiterated his firm conviction that the controversial Forestry Act, passed by the Parliament earlier during the week, is beneficial for the country and its citizens.
The right-wing Democrats for Strong Bulgaria party, DSB, demanded Saturday the resignation of Agriculture Minister, Miroslav Naydenov, over the controversial Forestry Act.
Plans of the Borisov Cabinet to relocate state agencies and bodies away from Sofia will cost at least BGN 120 M, according to representatives of the National Revenue Agency (NRA) and the Customs Agency.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has imposed a veto on a set of amendments to the Judiciary Act, according to a press statement issued by the President's Office on Friday.
Slightly after the adoption of amendments to the Judiciary Act, Prime Minister and leader of center-right ruling party GERB Boyko Borisov made a U-turn on the matter, encouraging President Rosen Plevneliev to impose a veto.
The Forestry Act is indeed lobbyist, but for the benefit of snowboarders and skiers and all winter sports lovers, according to Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov.
Approval for Bulgaria's ruling center-right Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party, GERB, continues to erode, according to a recent poll.
The first of its kind Mobility Center started work in Bulgaria's Black Sea city of Varna under an EU project.
Two Bulgarian far-right nationalist parties - Ataka (Attack) and VMRO staged Thursday the latest protest against the volume of the loudspeakers of Sofia's Banya Bashi mosque.
Bulgaria's right-wing Union of Democratic Forces, UDF, is going to approach President, Rosen Plevneliev, with a request to veto the controversial Forestry Act, passed by the Parliament Wednesday.
The opposition left-wing Coalition for Bulgaria is going to notify the European Commission about the amendments to the Forestry Act, passed by the Parliament Wednesday.
The Supreme Court of Cassation (VKS) has cleared former Defense Minister Nikolay Tsonev of malfeasance charges for alleged crimes committed in 1999.
Bulgarian socialists will table a proposal next week for the creation of a parliamentary inquiry committee tasked with investigating abuse of data obtained via special surveillance devices for political purposes.
Bulgaria's far-right Ataka (Attack) party is to stage a new protest against volume of the loudspeakers in Sofia's Banya Bashi mosque, it has been announced.
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