Karlo Lukanov, the son of former Bulgarian Prime Minister Andrey Lukanov, is entering the executive council of a Bulgarian political party called United Social Democracy.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev will meet Bulgarians living in Chicago and its surroundings on May 19.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) will stage a protest against "the policy of robbing the people" pursued by center-right ruling party GERB on May 1, the International Workers' Day, according to BSP leader Sergey Stanishev.
Several central government agencies in Bulgaria will no longer operate from Sofia, but will be based in other cities, revealed Bulgarian PM Boyko Borisov Sunday.
In 2011, a total of 9517 people declared a change of their current address in Bulgaria with an address abroad, according to data of the National Statistical Institute (NSI).
Bulgaria's ruling majority in parliament adopted part of a controversial bill authorizing confiscation of illegal assets minutes before midnight on Thursday, surprisingly banning anonymous tip-offs.
Bulgaria's "National Democratic Party", which has been initiated by MEP Dimitar Stoyanov and his mother Kapka Siderova, has ended up still born.
Bulgarian Prime Minister has expressed strong criticism towards the work of the country's Center for Prevention of Organized Crime and Corruption (BORKOR).
Bulgaria's President Rosen Plevneliev has supported an initiative of Finance Minister Simeon Djankov to move the headquarters of some state institutions outside of the capital Sofia.
The right-wing party of former Prime Minister Ivan Kostov has seen another batch of members quit.
Bulgaria's MPs have approved at first reading proposed legislative amendments that allow the country's highway speed limit to grow from 130 km/h to 140 km/h (87 mph).
Dimana Rankova, Deputy Chair of the Financial Supervision Commission (FSC) in charge of the Investment Activity Supervision unit, has resigned.
Eleonora Nikolova has been appointed as the interim head of Bulgaria's Center for Prevention of Organized Crime and Corruption (BORKOR), it has been announced.
Bulgaria's MPs will discuss on Tuesday the proposed legislative amendments that would allow the country's highway speed limit to grow from 130 km/h to 140 km/h (87 mph).
Bulgarians will have to pay much higher electricity bills due to the government's decision to abandon the Belene Nuclear Power Plant project, according to Sergey Stanishev, leader of left-wing oppositional Bulgarian Socialist Party.
Bulgaria's Parliament expectedly decided that the planned no-confidence vote against the ruling centrist-right GERB will not take place.
Bulgaria's Parliament will hold a sitting on Monday on which a recently submitted no-confidence motion against ruling centrist-right GERB is scheduled to be discussed.
Bulgaria's rulers from the center-right party GERB and their supposed opposition operate in agreement, according to ex EU Commissioner and aspiring political leader Meglena Kuneva.
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A Third of Bulgarians Facing Energy Poverty