The mayor of Sofia, Yordanka Fandakova, has announced that the municipality has a clear vision for managing traffic in the capital and is starting to work on it.
An ad hoc body, which was formed to probe a blunder that put an illegitimate amendment to the drugs law in Bulgaria's State Gazette, is expected to come up with its ruling on Tuesday.
The Bulgarian Social Ministry will propose elimination of the interest rates on debts to the National Insurance Institute (NOI), if the principal is paid by June 2011.
Bulgarian center-right Democrats for Strong Bulgaria (DSB) will exert unrelenting pressure the country's GERB cabinet to resolve outstanding cases in which state-owned lands and properties have been illegally handed to private individuals.
Municipalities in Bulgaria have never been in a more dire situation in the last 20 years, according to Dora Yankova, head of the national association of local authorities (NAMRB).
Bulgaria's former PM Sergey Stanishev has stated that the main disadvantage of the current cabinet was the lack of vision, strategy and policies because, in his words, "everything happens day by day".
The leader of the rightist party "Democrats for a Strong Bulgaria" (DSB) has announced his called for the government to take a bailout loan from IMF.
Trucks traveling to the Republic of Macedonia through Bulgaria will not be allowed to cross the border checkpoint at Stanke Lisichkovo, the Bulgarian police announced Saturday.
The Bulgarian National Revenue Agency (NAP) has announced it will inspect the three customs officers, filmed for a reportage by the Bulgarian Nova TV, showing the good life of customs officers in the country.
The long-anticipated BGN 15 M which the Plovdiv Municipality is supposed to receive for agreeing to take in thousands of tonnes of garbage from the capital Sofia will probably not be paid in 2010.
Bulgaria's Interior Minister and Deputy PM Tsvetan Tsvetanov has made it clear he has little faith that the country's judiciary can reform itself.
Bulgaria's Parliament is holding a special sitting commemorating 20 years since the convening of the Grand National Assembly in 1990 which led to the country's current Constitution.
Mosquito control funding has emerged as a major issue during the largely apathetic parliamentary debate on Bulgaria's 2010 Revised State Budget.
The economic crisis in Bulgaria has deepened due to the wrong anti-crisis measures the government has taken, experts from the Vienna Institute for International Economic Studies have announced.
Rather lethargic attitudes and apathetic statements with well-known demands for greater state spending marked the debate at the Bulgarian Parliament for the second reading of the 2010 Revised State Budget Act.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov, who came to power last summer on promises to clamp down on the criminal underworld and on corruption in the public service, has voiced determination to punish all who step back on these vows.
Lachezar Ivanov, who was accused by a Bulgarian TV reporter of asserting pressure on the media, has lost his positions as a Deputy Speaker of the Parliament, Chief of the Sofia headquarters of the ruling party GERB, and Chair of the Health Committee.
Bulgaria's former Prime Minister Sergey Stanishev will face charges over allegedly displaced confidential reports by the National State Security Agency (DANS).
Lachezar Ivanov, who was accused by a Bulgarian TV reporter of asserting pressure on the media, has resigned as a Deputy Speaker of the Parliament and Chief of the Sofia headquarters of the ruling party GERB.
A reporter from the Bulgarian Nova TV has accused the Deputy Speaker of the Parliament, Lachezar Ivanov, of attempting to prevent a report, displaying the good life of some Bulgarian customs officers, due to his "friendly relations" with one of them.
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