Bulgaria's right-wing Union of Democratic Forces (UDF) party has elected its new interim leader, Boris Markov.
It is too early for Bulgaria to have a new Chief Prosecutor, according to Justice Minister, Diana Kovacheva.
Bulgaria's right-wing Union of Democratic Forces party, UDF, is holding elections Tuesday to designate its temporary leader.
Bulgaria's Anti-Corruption, Conflict of Interests and Parliamentary Ethics Committee has uncovered over 30 cases of conflict of interest in its first year of operation, according to Filip Zlatanov, Chair of the watchdog.
Kalina Ilieva, the notorious former head of Bulgaria's Agriculture Fund, has received a 3-year suspended sentence with a five-year period of probation for forging her own university diploma.
The right-wing Democrats for Strong Bulgaria (DSB) party is starting preparations for running alone at the 2013 general elections alone, according to senior party officials.
The Citizens for Bulgaria movement headed by former EU commissioner Meglena Kuneva has called for extensive revisions of Bulgaria's election procedures to ensure more effective and fair voting.
Bulgaria's Vice President Margarita Popova has implicitly criticized the ruling center-right party GERB over a legislative change that allows a "lame-duck" Supreme Judicial Council to elect the country's new Chief Prosecutor.
Bulgarian employers' associations have been revealed to include a large number of collaborators of the communist-era State Security (DS), the secret police and intelligence of the regime in communist Bulgaria before 1989.
Bulgaria's Parliament adopted Wednesday at second reading amendments to the Interior Ministry Act aimed at curbing police brutality.
Customs Agency head Vanyo Tanov has vowed to ask Finance Minister Simeon Djankov to close the customs office in the southeastern Bulgarian town of Svilengrad.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has found out that God has been very well-disposed towards Bulgaria in terms of earthquakes over the past 60 years.
The implementation of the largest e-government project in Bulgaria will enable electronic data exchange between over 30 public registers, according to Transport Minister Ivaylo Moskovski.
The lawyer of well-known Bulgarian businessman Grisha Ganchev, who was charged Tuesday with running an organized crime group specialized in tax fraud and with issuing a murder threat, has referred to the accusations as a "juridical nonsense" driven by sub
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has made a total of 228 promises since assuming office back in 2009, fulfilling 27 of them, according to an NGO.
The Deputy Chief of Bulgaria's National Security Services, NSO, Brigadier General Stoyan Tomchev, has been released from his post and from all military duties.
People who sustained property damage from the 5.9 magnitude on the Richter scale earthquake that shook western Bulgaria on May 22 will receive a onetime compensation of BGN 325 starting Thursday.
Bulgarian youths are the last to enter the labor market in Europe, the main reason being their lack of hands-on experience, according to Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev.
Bulgarian ethnic Turkish leader Ahmed Dogan is panicking as he is rapidly losing political ground, according to Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov.
The damages caused by the 5.8-6.0-magnitude earthquake in the Bulgarian capital Sofia are estimated at BGN 1.3 M, announced Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova.
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