Bulgaria's Parliament's session was delayed Friday, for the second day in a row, over the lack of quorum.
Any high Bulgarian officials who contemplate quitting stand no chance of keeping their positions, as the country's Prime Minsiter Boyko Borisov has pledged to accept every single resignition.
The newly established Center for Prevention of Organized Crime and Corruption (BORKOR) will be transparent and trusted, the prime minister has said.
Tsvetlin Yovchev, head of the Bulgarian State National Security Agency, became the first victim of the eavesdropping scandal involving top officials, as PM Boyko Borisov accepted his resignation.
Bulgaria's former Interior Minister Rumen Petkov chose not to comment allegations by ex Customs Agency deputy director Antoniy Strandzhev that a senior state official has received a BGN 4 M bribe.
A proposal to freeze Bulgarian MPs' salaries for 2011 to their level for December 2009 provoked self-searching deliberations and violent exchanges of words in plenary Thursday.
Bulgaria's rightists have asked Prime Minister Boyko Borisov not to accept the resignation of the director of the State Agency for National Security (DANS), Tsvetlin Yovchev.
Bulgaria's Chief Prosecutor Boris Velchev defined the resignation of the national security agency head, Tsvetlin Yovchev, as an "act of old-fashioned integrity".
Bulgaria's Center for Combating Corruption (BORKOR) will operate analytically, but will not have operational functions, according to Eleonora Nikolova, nominated for Deputy Chair of the unit.
Bulgaria's former Deputy Customs Agency head Antoniy Strandzhev has announced that people from the "excise duty sector" have given BGN 4 M as a bribe to a senior civil servant.
Head of Bulgaria's National Security Agency (DANS) Tsvetlin Yovchev will be PM Boyko Borisov's scapegoat in the recent wiretapping scandal, the rightist Blue Coalition has said.
Bulgaria's Interior Minister is to be blamed for the resignation of Tsvetlin Yovchev, head of the State Agency for National Security, according to the oppositional leftist Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP).
Bulgarian Interior Minister, Tsvetan Tsvetanov, reiterated Wednesday he has no intentions of resigning despite his brand new responsibilities.
Bulgaria's Interior Minister and Deputy PM Tsvetan Tsvetanov has been appointed the head of the campaign headquarters of the ruling center-right party GERB for the presidential and local elections in October 2011.
Bulgaria's ruling Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (GERB) party is planning to restrict public access to the trade register, the "Access to Information" NGO alarms.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) has warned about potential protests if the government does not take measures against the impoverishment of the Bulgarians until the end of February.
Bulgaria's controversial businessman and former employee of the State Agency for National Security (DANS), Aleksei Petrov, voiced strong "suspicions" Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, had been involved in a terrorist attack on Petrov's life in 2002.
Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov has slammed the government for its "failure" in the economic sphere, while also showing off with his approval rating after almost 10 years as head of state.
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