The blockade of Bulgaria's oldest and most prestigious school, Sofia University, is going to be lifted in the morning of November 13.
Bulgaria's two major trade unions have decided to set up a joint national strike committee.
Bulgaria's extremist nationalist party Ataka is demanding the immediate resignation of the Chief of First Police Precinct in Sofia, Daniel Pashov, for inactivity during the Sunday protest rally.
The prosecuting authority has started an inspection at Bulgaria's State Agency for Refugees and the Migration Directorate of the Interior Ministry.
University students have called for the occupation of the Bulgarian Parliament at a protest music concert in front of the nearby St. Alexander Nevsky cathedral in central Sofia.
Bulgaria's President Rosen Plevneliev has backed rallying citizens who have called for a "moral revolution," according to an interview by French newspaper Nouvel Observateur.
Part of the anti-cabinet rally in Bulgarian capital Sofia has stopped in front of a Nova TV studio where PES and Bulgarian Socialist Party Sergey Stanishev is to give an interview.
Protesters in Bulgarian capital Sofia have staged a performance depicting the resignation of embattled PM Plamen Oresharski.
Center-right party GERB will boycott the appointment of a successor of Deputy Parliament Speaker Hristo Biserov on Tuesday, according to GERB leader Boyko Borisov.
Bulgarian liberal party Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) may initiate new legislation to oblige banks to share information about Bulgaria’s politicians’ bank accounts.
Bulgaria's nationalist Ataka party have submitted a petition in Parliament for a national referendum on the sale of agricultural land to foreigners.
The author of the painted memorial in front of the Socialist Party headquarters in Sofia, Lyubomir Dalchev, himself renounced it because it was made under pressure, insists Bulgarian intellectual Nikolay Kolev.
Students from the American University in Bulgaria (AUBG) in the southwestern city of Blagoevgrad have symbolically joined the student protest.
All six Bulgarian activists who were arrested for painting a memorial in front of the Socialist Party headquarters in Sofia have been released.
Leaders from Bulgarian former ruling party GERB and current junior coalition partner the Movement for Rights and Freedoms have exchanged accusations of classified information abuse.
Minor Bulgarian rightist party Democrats for Strong Bulgaria has issued a statement of support for the 6 activists detained overnight for spraying a monument in front of the Bulgarian Socialist Party in central Sofia.
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