The European Commission for Democracy through Law, aka the Venice Commission, has stated its approval on leglisative drafts in Bulgaria to make easier the seizure of property that is suspected to come from criminal activities.
The center-right GERB cabinet in office is a "joke" that will lead Bulgaria to disaster, stated leader of the Bulgarian Socialist Party at the opening of the party's 47th congress.
The 47th national congress of the Bulgarian Socialist Party opened Saturday morning, with the need to muster the opposition's party strength together high on the agenda.
Bulgaria's National Audit Office has announced that no violations have been found in the property record of Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov, who was accused by the RZS party of illegal questionable acquisitions in the past years.
Bulgaria's Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov has established an organization of his own within the ruling center-right party GERB, according to Yane Yanev, chair of the conservative Order, Law, Justice party (RZS).
Mihail Zortev will replace Ivan Milanov as Bulgaria's new Deputy Health Minister, the ministry has announced.
Transport Minister Alexander Tsvetkov has fired Evgeniy Moskov, director of the Bulgarian Ports Infrastructure Company.
Former undercover agent Aleksei Petrov, aka "the Octopus" or "the Tractor", who is under investigation for organized crime activities, was revealed to have had close connection with Bulgaria's former Chief Prosecutor Nikola Filchev.
Bulgaria's Interior Minister, Tsvetan Tsvetanov, said he was not worried about the statements of former secret agent Alexei Petrov, who accused him of participating in an illegal deal for EUR 1 M.
Bulgaria's past three governments have failed with financial decentralization, and the 2011 state budget will be no different, President Georgi Parvanov told a meeting of local authorities.
The ongoing war between Bulgaria's Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov and the judiciary saw new bloody clashes in the wake of a court ruling to release from jail ex undercover agent Aleksei Petrov, aka "The Octopus" or "The Tractor".
The leader of the Bulgarian conservative Order, Law and Justice party (RZS), Yane Yanev told media Thursday he visited the recently released from jail former undercover agent and controversial businessman, Aleksei Petrov, on Petrov's own invitation.
The retirement reform has caused heated debates among several members of the Bulgarian cabinet with Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Simeon Djankov, attacking his colleague, Social Minister, Totyu Mladenov.
Bulgaria's ruling center-right party GERB and its nationalist allies "Ataka" supported the creation of a special tribunal to try suspected mafia bosses and high-level corruption.
Bulgaria's Regional Development Minister, Rosen Plevneliev, announced Wednesday the Head of the State Agency for National Construction Control, Ivan Simidchiev and the Head of the Svilengard Customs, Stefan Marashev, are being dismissed.
Bulgaria's Interior Ministry has not been more successful in the past 20 years, the interior minister said during parliamentary discussions on the changes in the Interior Ministry Act.
Bulgaria's "Greens" party has demanded the resignation of the Minister of Environment, Nona Karadzhova, and her Deputy, Evdokiya Maneva.
The Members of the Bulgarian Parliament are discussing Wednesday, at first reading, the controversial special tribunal, expected to deal speedily with high profile organized crime and corruption cases.
Bulgarian Minister of Interior Tsvetan Tsvetanov expressed his disaffection at Tuesday's court decision to move controversial suspect Aleksei Petrov to house arrest from the detainee room.
Bulgaria's Culture Ministry will receive additional BGN 10 M state funding, Bulgaria's PM Boyko Borisov promised actors backstage after their performance on Sunday in the National Theater.
The Parliamentary group of the Bulgarian ethnic Turkish Party DPS is demanding a meeting with the leadership of DANS and the Chief Prosecutors' Office over their operations in southern Bulgaria against alleged radical Islam cells
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