Bulgarian independent Member of the European Parliament, Slavi Binev, has launched a new civic movement, dubbed Civic Movement for Real Democracy, GORD.
The left-wing oppositional Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) has slammed ruling centrist-right GERB's reaction to the recent tragic floods in the country.
In two weeks' time, the Supreme Administrative Court (VAS) will decide whether or not to refer the case of the missing decree of former President Georgi Parvanov to the Constitutional Court (KS), VAS Chair Georgi Kolev announced.
Asked to comment on the latest interim Cooperation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) Report of the European Commission on Bulgaria, Bulgarian Justice Minister Diana Kovacheva said that it was not the most critical of all published since 2007.
A unique protest was staged Wednesday in Parliament against the 8-month prison sentence issued by the Specialized Criminal Court for the possession of a single joint cigarette.
Miroslava Todorova, Chair of the Bulgarian Judges Association (BJA) and judge at the Sofia City Court (SCC), has filed a libel lawsuit against Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov over a series of accusations leveled by him on TV.
Bulgaria's ethnic Turkish Movement for Rights and Freedoms has called for the removal of the country's Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov in the aftermath of the negative Cooperation and Verification Mechanism report revealed Wednesday.
Bulgaria's ruling GERB party refused a parliamentary hearing of Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov regarding the severe snowfalls in the country and the massive floods in the country.
Newly inaugurated Bulgarian President, Rosen Plevneliev, has joined other officials in touring the flooded areas and monitoring the rescue effort.
The ruling, center-right Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party, GERB, is donating BGN 1 M from its State subsidy to the residents of the flooded southeastern village of Biser.
The dam failures of the last two days have caused Prime Minister Boyko Borisov to vow the introduction of a centralized system of governance of Bulgarian dams.
The wall of the Ivanovo dam, which collapsed Monday morning and killed eight people in the southern Bulgarian village of Biser, has had cracks which stayed unrepaired for six years.
Bulgaria's former Vice President Angel Marin has pointed out that he pardoned fewer criminals than his predecessor.
The Bulgaria for Citizens movement founded by Bulgarian former European Commissioner Meglena Kuneva might participate in the next general elections 2013.
The civic movement, dubbed "Bulgaria for Citizens," established by former Bulgarian European Commissioner Meglena Kuneva, is on its way to turn into a political party.
Former Bulgarian President, Georgi Parvanov, (2002-2012) declared Saturday that rule and power should not be any politician's single-handed goal and must be protected by ideas and talent.
Sofia City Court Chair Vladimira Yaneva will be invited to a meeting of the Bulgarian Parliamentary Subcommittee for Special Surveillance Devices Control next week to elaborate on her strategy for reducing the number of wiretap permits through maximum dur
A number of Members of the Bulgarian Parliament protested Thursday and Friday against the singing of the controversial international ACTA agreement.
The second day of debates on the two draft bills on the confiscation of illegal assets yet again failed to yield constructive dialogue and degenerated into an exchange of mutual accusations.
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