Bulgaria's Podkrepa Labor Confederation is leaving the National Council for Tripartite Cooperation and demands the resignation of Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Simeon Djankov over his plans to increase the retirement age by a year as 2012
The Bulgarian government approved Wednesday an ad-hoc fuel subsidy of BGN 6 M for the Interior Ministry.
Tsveta Georgieva is leaving the parliamentary group of Bulgarian nationalist party Ataka.
The dismissal of Bulgaria's Agriculture Minister, Miroslav Naydenov, is imminent, according to Members of the Parliament from the ruling, center-right Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party (GERB).
The right-wing would not offer parliamentary support for budget 2012, according to the co-Chair of the Blue Coalition and leader of Union of Democratic Forces, (UDF), Martin Dimitrov.
Bulgarian Interior Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov has used yet another opportunity to complain about the "scant" budget the institution has been allocated for 2012.
After he enraged social networks in March 2011 by advising impoverished Bulgarians to grow potatoes to survive the economic crisis, Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has added sheep breeding to the list of favored ways to make a living.
Bulgaria's conservative Order, Law and Justice party (RZS) vows, in the aftermath of October local and presidential elections, to turn from radical to constructive and effective opposition.
Bestowing the title Doctor Honoris Causa to legendary striker Hristo Stoichkov, stirred a scandal in Bulgaria, after a respected sociologist announced he is so outraged he is quitting the University in question.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party has a good standing to win upcoming 2013 parliamentary elections, said leader Sergey Stanishev at a press conference on presidential and local elections that were held in Bulgaria end of October.
Galina Solakova has filed her resignation as Deputy Chair of the Supreme Administrative Court (VAS), VAS said in a statement Friday.
Georgi Parvanov, Bulgaria's outgoing President, has confirmed that he will return to the left-wing Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) after the end of his second and last term in office.
Outgoing President Georgi Parvanov has said that President-Elect Rosen Plevneliev has a good legacy left to him.
Bulgaria's President-Elect Rosen Plevneliev is fully prepared to step in office, according to the country's former President Petar Stoyanov (1997-2002).
Bulgaria's Parliament passed conclusively amendments to the Penal Procedure Code, thereby eliminating the possibility for trials to get stuck between court instances for indefinite periods of time.
Yordanka Fandakova, the recently reelected Mayor of Bulgaria's capital Sofia, has officially presented her proposals for the city's 24 District Mayors, half of whom are to be newly appointed.
The Trade Union Federation of Employees of the Ministry of Interior (TUFEMI) has warned that the proposed reforms to the pension scheme at the Interior will result in 7000 employees seeking to retire as early as possible.
The Bulgarian right-wing Blue Coalition vowed Wednesday to say no three times to the cabinet's budget 2012.
The contract of the editor-in-chief of the Bulgarian opposition Duma (Word) daily, Ivelin Nikolov, has been terminated.
Dessislava "Dessy" Choumelova, a member of EU Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva's cabinet, is a front-runner to become Bulgaria's next Justice Minister, a Bulgarian paper has reported.
Renegade MPs fetched over BGN 300 000 in additional public subsidies for center-right ruling party GERB for the first six months of 2011, according to calculations of the National Audit Office.
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