Bulgaria's former Tsar and Prime Minister, Simeon Saxe-Coburg, may run for presidency in the upcoming 2011 elections.
Rumen Petkov, Bulgaria's former socialist Minister of Interior, stated he fired the present Customs Agency head Vanyo Tanov from the ministry upon discovering his ties to drug trafficking circles.
The success of the vote of confidence for the Bulgarian government in Parliament only covers up its deep political and economic failures, according to opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party leader Sergey Stanishev.
The image of the Bulgarian state has suffered a serious blow both domestically and internationally by the recent leaked secret tapes scandal, according to German political analyst Johanna Deimel.
Iskra Fidosova, a key MP from Bulgaria's ruling party GERB, has issued an angry statement filled with rich epithets and figures of speech denouncing Yane Yanev, leader of a marginal political party, making "discrediting" claims against her.
Advisory Board for tobacco will be established at the Bulgarian Agriculture Ministry and will include representatives of tobacco producers, companies, state administration and legislature.
MP Iskra Fidosova, Co-Chair of the Parliamentary Group of Bulgaria's ruling party GERB, has been implicated in what is an alleged corruption scandal by the marginal conservative party RZS.
Bulgaria’s Environment Ministry is preparing a new Waste Management Act, which will set serious goals to municipalities for recycling of waste by 2010, the Eco Minister Nona Karadzhova has announced.
Bulgaria’s State Agency for National Security (DANS) has decided to increase the number of computer experts in order to improve the efforts for combating cyberterrorism.
Bulgaria's center-right government of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov expectedly survived a string of two confidence votes on Thursday, which it tabled to preempt a censure motion by the opposition.
Opposition MPs have demanded that the Parliament recast the vote of confidence in the GERB cabinet, based on difficulties on the first roll-call procedure.
High-profile renegade Kasim Dal is now officially expelled from the parliamentary group of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms.
Bulgaria's PM Boyko Borisov vowed to continue reforms and expressed hopes that Parliament will back the vote of confidence for his cabinet's overall policy.
Rightist Blue Coalition will vote with abstentions in Thursday's confidence vote, announced co-leaders Martin Dimitrov and Ivan Kostov.
The recently leaked phone conversation between Bulgarian PM Boyko Borisov and head of the Customs Agency Vanyo Tanov is completely fake, according to the latter.
Bulgaria's Borisov Cabinet has become a hostage of the nationalist party "Ataka", Socialist Party leader and ex PM Sergey Stanishev stated during Thursday's confidence vote debate in Parliament.
Members of Bulgaria's ruling party showered the centre-right government with praise and flattery on Thursday as it faced a confidence vote to preempt a censure motion by the opposition.
Two MPs were kicked out of the debates for the confidence vote of Bulgarian government Thursday as a result of their behavior.
The Parliament debate on the confidence vote of Bulgaria's Borisov Cabinet got interrupted after Prime Minsiter Borisov and an opposition MP got into a heated verbal fight.
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