Controversial Bulgarian TV7 director and host Nikolay Barekov is officially entering politics Wednesday with the launch of his campaign.
Popular support for Bulgaria's new Socialist Party led cabinet has drastically gone down during the first 100 days of its term, according to a new opinion poll.
Bulgaria's National Council for Tripartite Cooperation holds a sitting Tuesday under the chairpersonship of Deputy Prime Minister and Justice Minister Zinaida Zlatanova.
Bulgarian protesters staged Monday evening a mock "Communist parade" ridiculing the current Socialist-led government.
Fifty refugees, accommodated at the notorious Busmantsi detention facility near Sofia, have declared a hunger strike in protest against the ban to leave its premises.
Bulgaria's Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov has requested information about the workload of regional prosecutors in Svilengrad and Elhovo in connection with the increasing numbers of people entering Bulgaria illegally due to the Syrian conflict.
Bulgarian Transport Minister Danail Papazov has dismissed Plovdiv Airport head Doychin Angelov.
The earliest possible general elections in Bulgaria might happen after the elections for European Parliament in May 2014, according to the Speaker of the Parliament, Mihail Mikov.
Former Bulgarian Tsar and Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg (2001-2005) has wished “long live” to the government of Prime Minister, Plamen Oresharski.
Bulgarian protesters are going to stage Monday evening a mock "Communist parade" ridiculing the current Socialist-led government.
The emblematic date of September 9, considered both the date of Bulgaria's anti-fascist uprising in 1944, and the beginning of the Communist regime, will be marked once again in polar ways.
Former ruling party GERB leader Boyko Borisov and vice-chair Tsvetan Tsvetanov have emerged as the new leaders of anti-cabinet protests in Bulgaria, argued Bulgarian Socialist Party chair Sergey Stanishev.
About 300 Bulgarians took once again to the streets of the capital Sofia Saturday evening to demand the resignation of the country's Socialist-led government.
Sergei Stanishev, leader of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), has said that the government has an ambition to reinvigorate economic relations and projects with Russia.
A total of 350 employees of the Interior Ministry were dismissed during the first 100 days in office of Bulgaria's current socialist-led coalition government, according to Interior Minister Tsvetlin Yovchev.
Boyko Borisov, former Bulgarian Prime Minister and leader of center-right party GERB, has suggested that a no-confidence motion against the current socialist-led coalition government initiated by GERB is doomed to fail.
The solemn military roll call and fireworks in Bulgaria second largest city of Plovdiv to mark Unification Day was held parallel with an anti-government rally.
Bulgaria’s opposition center right GERB party has admitted organizing the transport of buses full of supporters to a major anti-government rally in the capital Sofia earlier this week.
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