Bulgarians plan to stage a fresh rally in the capital Sofia Saturday to demand the resignation of the country's government for a 37th day in a row.
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.
Thousands of Bulgarians have taken to the streets of the capital Sofia to demand the resignation of the country’s government for a 35th day in a row.
Vice President Margarita Popova has urged the Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party, GERB, to return to the Parliament, stressing that a rift is the last thing the country needs at the moment.
The condition of Edvin Sugarev, the Bulgarian poet who was on an anti-government hunger strike for 22 days, has been gradually stabilizing, his wife, Maria Arsenieva, has told the Bulgarian National Radio.
Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova has refused to abolish the ongoing peaceful anti-government rallies in the Bulgarian capital, despite calls made by the ruling Socialists.
The blockade of downtown Sofia staged by the anti-government rally is growing Thursday and tensions are escalating.
Bulgarian MPs kept the existing mechanism for distributing state subsidies among political parties, agreeing that a change could be introduced at the beginning of 2014, depending on the condition of the state budget.
Bulgarians are staging once again Thursday the now-traditional coffee-drinking anti-government rally in front of the Parliament building in downtown Sofia.
Bulgaria’s formerly ruling center-right party GERB is about to table a no-confidence motion against the embattled Socialist-backed government, it was announced on Wednesday.
Edvin Sugarev, a prominent Bulgarian poet, who has been on a hunger strike against the country’s Socialist-led government for twenty two days, will be delivered nutrition directly into the bloodstream on Thursday.
Veselin Vuchkov, MP from the former ruling center-right party Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria, GERB, and ex-Deputy Interior Minister, has reiterated the plans of the formation to not attend parliament sittings unless they concern Election Co
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