The Parliamentary group of the Bulgarian ethnic Turkish Party DPS is demanding a meeting with the leadership of DANS and the Chief Prosecutors' Office over their operations in southern Bulgaria against alleged radical Islam cells
The Cabinet must withdraw immediately budget 2011 and revise it, the leader of the conservative Order, Law and Justice (RZS) party, Yane Yanev demands.
Bulgarian employers, but without the largest business organization - Confederation of Employers and Industrials in Bulgaria (CEIB), and the labor unions reached an agreement to increase the social security payment by 2 percentage points from January 1, 20
There is plenty of evidence the literature confiscated by the authorities during an operation in several Muslim communities in southern Bulgaria includes radical Islam propaganda, according to Interior Minister, Tsvetan Tsvetanov.
Bulgaria's Financial Minister, Simeon Djankov, has announced there will be no turn in economic policy.
Voter confidence in the current Bulgarian center-right GERB cabinet has slightly increased, according to a study by Bulgarian social research agency Alpha Research.
Turkey is planning to close its border choeckpoint at Kapikule with Bulgaria for 4 hours on Monday.
Bulgarian EU Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva has expressed hope that the Bulgarian government will take the necessary measures for increasing the competitiveness of its economy.
The leader of the opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) and former Prime Minister, Sergey Stanishev, says the cabinet is leading a policy aiming at liquidating Bulgarian science and education.
The "fruitless periodic searches" for radical Islam in Bulgaria have caused concern among the Muslim population, declared the ethnic Turkish party DPS.
Bulgaria's government has backtracked on plans to increase social contributions payments by 3 percentage points as of next year to 31.5%, the finance minister announced on Friday.
The 8% health insurance contributions that Bulgarians pay for health care will be spent only for this purpose, Bulgaria's PM Boyko Borisov announced Friday.
Bulgaria's EU Commissioner Kristalina Georgieva has denied having plans to run in the Bulgarian Presidential Elections in 2011.
Bulgaria's government has survived its first no-confidence vote initiated last week by the two major opposition formations.
Health care reform in Bulgaria is not going in the right direction, the health minister, Stefan Konstantinov, has stated.
I want people in Bulgaria to say that Ombudsman is a person who helps them, the newly elected Bulgarian ombudsman, Konstantin Penchev, has stated.
Bulgaria's government has announced the start of a tender for the procurement of recycled paper and "green" office supplies.
The mass rally of 10 000 Bulgarian industrial workers in Sofia appears to have extracted concessions from the government on its controversial retirement reform plans.
Bulgaria's new Ombudsman, Konstantin Penchev, was born on March 21, 1952 in Sofia.
Konstantin Penchev is Bulgaria's new Ombudsman, the Chair of the Parliamentary Committee for electing a new person for the post, Yuliyana Koleva, announced in the Parliament Thursday.
The opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party, BSP, demanded from the Parliament to declare Prime Minister Boyko Borisov's statement that Members of the Parliament are "loafers" inacceptable.
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