One of the first tasks of Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Simeon Djankov, after taking over the management of the former royal palace Krichim, is to check if ex President, Georgi Parvanov, hunted illegally there during his visits.
The Bulgarian government's press office erroneously stated that Judge Miroslava Todorova has been fired as Chair of the Bulgarian Judges Association.
Bulgarian Justice Minister Diana Kovacheva has criticized the country's Supreme Judicial Council over the controversial dismissal of Judge Miroslava Todorova, Chair of the Bulgarian Judges Association.
Bulgarian Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov has rejected accusations of personal and political involvement into the work of the Supreme Judicial Council (VSS).
Bulgarian Judge Miroslava Todorova, Chair of her country's Judges Association, has ruled out incompetence as a possible reason for her controversial dismissal on Thursday.
Bulgarian President, Rosen Plevneliev, is alarmed by the decision of the Supreme Judicial Council, VSS, to dismiss Miroslava Todorova, Chair of the Bulgarian Judges Association, BJA, and Judge at the Sofia City Court.
Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, has reacted to the dismissal of Miroslava Todorova, Chair of the Bulgarian Judges Association and Judge at the Sofia City Court, saying it was a pure provocation.
Judges, representatives of NGOs and Bulgarian citizens will gather Friday in front of the Supreme Judicial Council (VSS) office in Sofia to protest the dismissal of Miroslava Todorova, Chair of the Bulgarian Judges Association and Judge at the Sofia City
Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov has rejected having a personal conflict with Miroslava Todorova, Chair of the Bulgarian Judges Association and Judge at the Sofia City Court, who was dismissed Thursday.
Bulgarian magistrates from all over the country have risen against the dismissal of Judge Miroslava Todorova on disciplinary grounds, defining the step as a repressive measure targeting a critical voice.
Neli Kutskova, Spokesperson of the Bulgarian Judges Association (BJA), has defined the decision of the Supreme Judicial Council (VSS) to penalize Judge Miroslava Todorova with dismissal on disciplinary grounds as muscle-flexing.
The Bulgarian Parliament passed at first reading two drafts for amendments to the Forestry Act, submitted by MPs from the ruling GERB party.
Bulgaria’s Supreme Judicial court dismissed Judge Miroslava Todorova from the judicial system in a controversial move on Thursday.
Bulgaria's government has officially refused to pursue a procedure before the European Court of Justice in favor of the international ACTA agreement, it has been announced.
Miroslava Todorova, Chair of the Bulgarian Judges Association (BJA) and judge at the Sofia City Court (SCC) is facing dismissal from the judicial system.
MP Vanyo Sharkov and Karlovo mayor Emil Kabaivanov will face each other in a runoff Sunday for the leadership position of Bulgarian rightist Union of Democratic Forces.
The son and partner of media mogul Irena Krasteva, who have been criticized for concentrating Bulgaria's media market in their hands and fawning to those in power, is the top non-attender in the country's parliament, data shows.
Bulgarians with dual citizenship should be banned from voting in elections in the country, according to a proposal for amendments to the Election Code.
One of every five people who voted in 2009 for the ruling, center-right Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party, GERB, is extremely disappointed of the cabinet of Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, and would never again extend their support.
Bulgaria's Supreme Judicial Council (VSS), whose term in office expires on October 3, has given up on its summer recess to prepare the appointment of its successors.
Bulgaria's Parliament has set down the rules of procedure for the appointment of members of the Supreme Judicial Council (VSS) from the parliamentary quota.
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