Bulgarian Parliament Kills Bill Banning Rallies near Religious Temples Bulgaria's Parliament has abstained from introducing a ban on protest rallies and demonstrations near religious temples, a motion motivated by the incident in May 2011 in which activ
Georgi Kadiev, the leftist Bulgarian Socialist Party's runner for Mayor of the capital Sofia, has stated he has "nothing against" the possible construction of a second Mosque in the city.
A structural reform of the judicial system and the introduction of two-instance proceedings are being discussed as potential Constitutional amendments, Bulgarian Justice Minister Margarita Popova said Wednesday.
Bulgarian Members of the Parliament rejected for the third time Wednesday the appointment of the leader of the far-right, nationalist Ataka party, Volen Siderov, as member of the Parliamentary anti-Corruption Committee.
The initiative committee for the presidential elections should not have as members people associated with the former and current security services, according to presidential candidate, Meglena Kuneva.
The opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party, BSP, begins another round of consultations with other political forces for the submission of a new no confidence vote against the cabinet.
The right-wing joined Tuesday all Bulgarians who want to see the Supreme Judicial Council (VSS) dissolved.
Meglena Kuneva will present Tuesday her presidential platform, outlining concrete initiatives and priority areas of work.
Independent Bulgarian MPs Kiril Gumnerov, Valentin Nikolov and Ognyan Peychev, who recently left the far-right Ataka (Attack) party, have now vowed to create a new nationalist formation.
Bulgarians who want to see the Supreme Judicial Council (VSS) dissolved can now refer their calls to all of the VSS members via e-mail or over the phone.
Bulgaria's Audit Office has found no irregularities with the property declarations of Vladimira Yaneva, the newly appointed Chair of the Sofia City Court, for 2007, 2009 and 2010.
There will be no increase in the minimum wage and retirement pensions in Bulgiaria until presidential and municipal elections October or November, announced Bulgarian PM Boyko Borisov.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and Varna Bishop Kiril have exchange warm niceties and praises, with the bishop going as far as comparing Borisov with the ruler who christianized the First Bulgarian Empire in the 9th century.
Left-wing Coalition for Bulgaria will initiate a new no-confidence vote based on the overall policy of the Borisov Cabinet in July, announced Saturday socialist MP Kornelia Ninova.
Bulgaria's justice and home affairs expenditures are too high and are inadequately distributed, according to a newly published report.
After his Cabinet survived a no-confidence vote on Friday, Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has snubbed questions about whether he is worried over the opposition's plans for further no confidence motions.
The newly-elected head of the Sofia City Court, judge Vladimira Yanova, has declared that she will not resign, and will not even withdraw from a trial over which she is claimed to be involved in conflict of interest.
All donations received by the Interior Ministry will be stored on electronic or paper records for a period of five years, according to newly approved internal rules and regulations.
After it unsurprisingly failed to topple the Borisov Cabinet in Friday's no confidence vote, the Bulgarian leftist and centrist opposition has announced plans to go for a new no confidence motion within a month.
Bulgaria's center-right government of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov expectedly survived on Friday a no confidence vote, submitted by the opposition over its alleged failure in anti-crisis policies.
A no-confidence vote has been scheduled Friday in the Bulgarian Parliament.
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