Bulgarian experts have joined calls for holding early general elections in May 2014, when the country will vote for members of European parliament.
Bulgarian Parliament Chair Mihail Mikov has reiterated that the National Center for Study of Public Opinion (NCIOM) has to be closed.
Bulgarian Jews in Israel have expressed their support for the ongoing anti-government protesters in Bulgaria, demanding the resignation of the Socialist-led cabinet of Plamen Oresharski.
Bulgarians are expected to stage a rally in front of the Euxinograd government residence near the Black Sea city of Varna on Monday.
Bulgarian National Ombudsman Konstantin Penchev says nearly two-months of relentless anti-government protests show the country is in political crisis.
Bulgaria's National Center for Study of Public Opinion (NCIOM) will be closed, according to the Speaker of the Parliament, Mihail Mikov.
Hundreds of Bulgarians have taken once again to the streets of the capital Sofia Saturday evening to demand the resignation of the country's government for a 51st day in a row.
Macedonia's opposition Social Democratic Union new leader Zoran Zaev has expressed his desire to see a more open attitude of its country towards neighboring Bulgaria.
Hundreds of Bulgarians have gathered at the Nezavisimost square in the capital Sofia to protest against the country’s government for a 50th evening in a row.
Bulgarian Orthodox Patriarch Neofit has described the current situation in Bulgaria as worrying, assuring he prays for God’s mercy.
Bulgarian president Rosen Plevneliev has assured that the officials responsible for the tragic incident in the collapsed Oranovo coal mine in Southwestern Bulgaria, will be brought to justice.
Bulgaria’s lawmakers held their last sitting before their prolonged summer break on Friday, as several dozens of protesters gathered in front of the Parliament to “see them off.
Bulgarian MPs voted to override the presidential veto over amendments to the Special Surveillance Devices Act.
Boyko Borisov, former Bulgarian Prime Minister and leader of center-right party GERB, has said that the only democratic means to oust a government is the submission of a collective resignation.
The majority of Bulgarians believe the Socialist-endorsed Cabinet of Prime Minister, Plamen Oresharski, should resign ahead of its term, while 21% are of the opposite opinion.
International human rights NGO Amnesty International has sent a letter to Bulgarian Interior Minister Tsvetlin Yovchev, insisting that an in-depth investigation be made into allegations of excessive use of police force against anti-government protesters i
Friday is the 50th day of anti-government protests in Bulgaria and Parliament's last work day before the summer recess.
Socialist MP and Deputy Parliament Chair Maya Manolova has assured that the ad-hoc committee tasked with drafting a new Election Code will work during the summer recess from August 5 to August 31.
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