The Bulgarian Parliament passed Thursday the final Print Media Periodicals Bill aiming at transparency and clear rules in media ownership.
The leader of the Bulgarian conservative party Order, Law and Justice (RZS) party, Yane Yanev, demands a probe of the activities of Interior Minister, Tsvetan Tsvetanov, when he was Deputy Mayor of Sofia in 2005 – 2006.
For the first time the Bulgarian pension reform is so radical that it allows the system to become balanced as of today, the Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has announced.
Bulgaria's informal ruling coalition between the center-right GERB party and the nationalists from Ataka has seen serious cracks as the latter party declared itself strongly against Turkey's EU membership.
The Bulgarian left-wing Coalition for Bulgaria, led by the Socialist Party, is asking for the temporary removal of Tsvetan Tsvetanov as Interior Minister over a pending property tax probe.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov is on the right track, but the old nomenklatura, which has remained potent after the fall of communism, will use every instrument, even murder, to stop these reforms, says Jurgen Roth.
Konstantin Penchev, who was recently named by the Parliament to become Bulgaria's new Ombudsman was officially released Tuesday as Chair of the Supreme Administrative Court (VAS).
Bulgaria's GERB cabinet must not think of itself as the ultimate moral authority, something it is reluctant to do said President Georgi Parvanov refering to recent allegations of wrongful gains by Minister of Interior Tsvetan Tsvetanov.
Bulgaria's right-wing Blue Coalition would not back the 2011 budget bill and wants ministerial resignations, the formation announced Tuesday.
Bulgaria's Interior Minister, Tsvetan Tsvetanov, has denied damaging Sofia municipality by providing guarantee of EUR 1 M for the building of a security system in the subway in the capital.
Bulgarian taxi cab drivers have announced they would start a national protest if the government approves the sharply increased penalties, envisioned in the amendments to the Road Transport Act.
Bulgaria has wonderful economic prospects for 2011, stated PM Boyko Borisov and abruptly dismissed criticisms voiced at Saturday's congress of opposition Socialist Party.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party has formulated the goals of winning the post of President of Bulgaria and of keeping its good positioning in municipal authorities at upcoming 2011 elections.
The European Commission for Democracy through Law, aka the Venice Commission, has stated its approval on leglisative drafts in Bulgaria to make easier the seizure of property that is suspected to come from criminal activities.
The center-right GERB cabinet in office is a "joke" that will lead Bulgaria to disaster, stated leader of the Bulgarian Socialist Party at the opening of the party's 47th congress.
Bulgaria's National Audit Office has announced that no violations have been found in the property record of Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov, who was accused by the RZS party of illegal questionable acquisitions in the past years.
Bulgaria's Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov has established an organization of his own within the ruling center-right party GERB, according to Yane Yanev, chair of the conservative Order, Law, Justice party (RZS).
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