The 20th consecutive day of protests against Bulgaria's Socialist-endorsed government of Plamen Oresharski was one of the largest ones held in the capital Sofia in the last 15 years.
Hundreds of State servants have been appointed in recent years on high, mid and low level positions in the Bulgarian ministries without having the necessary skills.
The police have failed to react to the actions of people terrorizing former Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, according to GERB MP, Ivaylo Moskovski.
Citizens have filed a claim with Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov and Sofia City Prosecutor's Office requesting to lift the immunity of the nationalist party Ataka leader Volen Siderov and to hold him criminally liable.
The Members of the Bulgarian Parliament decided Wednesday to establish a new committee in charge of religion and parliamentary ethics.
Shterio Shterev, MP from the ethnic Turkish Movement for Rights and Freedoms, DPS, has handed in his written agreement to be stripped of his lawmaker's immunity.
According to a survey of the Mediana polling agency, despite the series of ongoing anti-government protests, over 60% of Bulgarians are not seeking new early elections now and they rather want the situation to return to normal.
For a sixth morning in a row, Bulgarians will stage a coffee-drinking anti-government protest in front of the Parliament building in downtown Sofia.
For a 19th day in a row, thousands of protesters have taken to the streets in Sofia, demanding the resignation of Bulgaria's socialist-led government.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has issued a decree for the promulgation of Energy Act amendments adopted by Parliament on June 28.
Volen Siderov, leader of nationalist party Ataka, has asked Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov and Interior Minister Tsvetelin Yovchev to come up with an official response regarding the calls for stripping him of his parliamentary immunity.
The Director of Bulgaria's National Health Insurance Fund, NZOK, Dr. Plamen Tsekov has no intention of resigning.
Although smaller in size, the protest in front of the District Administration in Bulgaria's southwestern city of Blagoevgrad continued on Tuesday.
About 200 Bulgarians have gathered Tuesday morning in front of the Parliament building in downtown Sofia to protest against the country's Socialist-led government.
Over 70% of the texts in the Election Code must be altered and rewritten, according to the Deputy Speaker of the Bulgarian Parliament, Maya Manolova.
Over sixty Bulgarians have gathered Monday before the United Nations headquarters in New York City to protest against the situation in their homeland.
For an 18th consecutive day, protesters gathered in front of the Council of Ministers building and the President's Office in downtown Sofia, as well in other big cities, to demand the resignation of the socialist-led Cabinet.
Volen Siderov, leader of Bulgarian nationalist party Ataka, has called for Penal Code amendments defining roadblocks as a serious crime.
Bulgarians living abroad continue to stage anti-government protest rallies in support of the ones in the homeland, lasting for over two weeks now.
The Socialist-endorsed government has already harmed interests of oligarchs and cartels and the amount is going to reach BGN 1 B a year, according to the leader of the Bulgarian Socialist Party, BSP, Sergey Stanishev.
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