About 300 Bulgarians have taken once again to the streets of the capital Sofia Sunday evening to demand the resignation of the country's government.
There is an under the table agreement between the current Socialist-endorsed government and former Bulgarian Tsar and Prime Minister, Simeon Saxe-Coburg, over some lucrative property deals.
Bulgaria's far-right nationalist party Ataka has made the historic contribution of not allowing the formerly-ruling GERB party to be in power again, according to nationalist leader, Volen Siderov.
Former Bulgarian Economy and Energy Minister Delyan Dobrev has promised that his center-right GERB party would carry out "more reforms" if it returns to power.
Former Bulgarian Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (2001-2005) has expressed his concern over the growing political tensions in the country, urging the nation to unite instead of dividing.
The relationship between Bulgaria and Russia must be like the one between a father and a son in which Bulgaria is the father, says nationalist leader, Volen Siderov.
About 300 Bulgarians have taken once again to the streets of the capital Sofia Friday evening to demand the resignation of the country's government.
Bulgaria’s former prime minister Boyko Borisov has finally decided to hop on board the Facebook and Twitter train.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski has reiterated the Socialist-led government envisions no more budget revisions of the State budget for 2013.
Anywhere between 150 and 300 Bulgarians, according to different estimates, have taken once again to the streets of the capital Sofia Thursday evening to demand the resignation of the country's government.
Bulgaria's former President Georgi Parvanov (2001-2012) is working on a new political project, with a party expected to be established by the end of the autumn, according to a local TV channel.
Lidiya Yordanova, who was fired as head of Bulgaria's state-owned National Center for Study of Public Opinion (NCIOM) on Wednesday, is appealing her dismissal.
An artistic apology for Bulgaria's support of Warsaw Pact troops which crushed Czechoslovakia's Prague Spring uprising in 1968 has been removed overnight.
The now-traditional anti-government rally in Bulgaria's capital Sofia altered its route on Wednesday in order to pay homage to the victims of the 1968 Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia.
Bulgarian Customs Agency head Vanyo Tanov has been released from hospital after surgery, local news agencies inform.
Renegades from the formerly-ruling and now opposition Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria Party, GERB, will hold their first meeting in September.
The Speaker of the Bulgarian Parliament, Mihail Mikov, has fired Lidiya Yordanova, Director of the State polling agency NCIOM.
About 50 to 100 Bulgarians have taken once again to the streets of the capital Sofia Tuesday evening to demand the resignation of the country's government for a 68th day in a row in the record-long protest in the country.
The approval rating of Bulgaria's major politicians - including President Rosen Plevneliev - has decreased drastically, according to survey conducted by the Gallup International polling agency.
Three candidates have been picked as most likely to succeed Valentin Bozhkov, former Executive Director of Bulgaria's Automobile Administration Executive Agency (AAEA).
Bulgaria's Reformist Bloc, a new political formation consisting of mainly right-wing parties, may consider periodically changing its leaders on a rotation principle.
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