I want people in Bulgaria to say that Ombudsman is a person who helps them, the newly elected Bulgarian ombudsman, Konstantin Penchev, has stated.
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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.
Bulgarian Imams are staging a national meeting to issue a joint declaration asking the authorities and Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, for official apologies.
The mass protest rallies of Bulgaria physicians were canceled Wednesday, after Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, new Health Minister, Stefan Konstantinov, and Finance Minister, Simeon Djankov signed an agreement with the Doctors Union.
The Bulgarian Parliament debated for hours Wednesday the pointless issue of the no-confidence vote against the cabinet with bickering and mutual accusations of irresponsibility and populism.
Bulgaria's Constitutional Court has rejected the appeals against the adoption of Penal Code amendments that have been opposed vigorously by the President and the Socialist and centrist opposition.
Bulgaria's parliament has expectedly supported the nomination of Stefan Konstantinov for new health minister to replace Anna-Maria Borisova, who quit last week over a funding row that has put hospitals in debt.
Bulgaria's Parliament is set to debate Wednesday the first ever no confidence vote of the Borisov Cabinet and the appointment of a new health minister.
The Bulgarian right-wing Blue Coalition will abstain at the Parliament vote Wednesday for the new nomiee for Minister of Health, Stefan Konstantinov.
Registered organizations of Bulgarian employers raised a univocal outcry at plans on the part of cabinet to raise the payments for retirement by 3%.
The ruling GERB party is on a campaign to overwhelm all state powers and to lead Bulgaria to ruin, stated leader of the Bulgarian Socialist Party and ex-PM Sergey Stanishev Sunday.
Bulgaria's prime minister has expressed conviction that his party has among its ranks at least five likely nominees able to sweep next years' elections for the high, though largely ceremonial, office of president.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party has denied that its leader Sergey Stanishev named two nominees for the 2010 Presidential Elections saying his words were misconstrued by the media.
Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov has extended friendly advise to his major political opponent, Prime Minister Boyko Borisov, amidst intriguing statements made by the latter.
The leader of the Bulgarian Socialist Party and former Prime Minister, Sergey Stanishev, announced Friday two possible party nominations for the 2011 presidential elections – Ivaylo Kalfin and Stefan Danailov.
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