The leadership of Bulgaria's Registry Agency will be dismissed following the recent discovery of public procurement orders' violations, the justice minister has announced.
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The Bulgarian Plovdiv Municipality has started a legal procedure against the central government over the controversial measure to deposit household waste from the capital Sofia on its territory.
The Chair of Bulgaria's Supreme Administrative Court (VAS), Konstantin Penchev, was accused of conflict of interests by the conservative Order, Law and Justice (RZS) party.
Bulgaria's National Audit Office (NAO) had discovered public procurement orders' violations at the Registry Agency.
Bulgaria's Agriculture Minister has moved to establish a special commission for the investigation of the notorious land swap deals after the European Commission requested action from the Sofia Prosecutor's Office.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) will not accept the fact that the people have to pay for the incompetence of the ruling party GERB, the BSP leader Sergey Stanishev has announced.
In spite of their overt rivalry and oftentimes stormy conflicts, Bulgaria's President and Prime Minister have demonstrated satisfaction with the consensus they achieved over the draft National Security Strategy.
Bulgaria's National Security Council has come together around a new position designed to move ahead the adoption of the country's new national security strategy.
Medics from the Bulgarian Doctors' Union booed the Deputy Finance Minister, Vladislav Goranov, and threw water bottles at him during Friday's discussion on cuts of hospital fundings.
Bulgaria's rightist Blue Coalition has demanded from the Health Minister to dismiss the executive head of the Agency for Transplantation over illegal export of organs.
Ahmed Dogan, leader of Bulgaria's ethnic Turkish party DPS (Movement for Rights and Freedoms), has been fined BGN 500 for a VAT violation.
Bulgaria's President Georgi Parvanov will summon on Friday the National Security Council over the draft of a new National Security Strategy.
Leader of nationalist Ataka party Volen Siderov demanded the resignation of leader of Democrats for Strong Bulgaria from the parliamentary committee on oversight of the State Agency for National Security.
Bulgaria's ethnic Turkish party DPS has suggested that members of the Supreme Judicial Council should have access to classified information without having to undergo checks for reliability.
Bulgaria's President Georgi Parvanov downplayed a recent renewal of heated rhetoric between him and PM Boyko Borisov, saying that the two unite together when that is for the good of the country.
The Bulgarian cabinet has decided that part of the bales of waste from Sofia should be scattered in four waste depots in the country.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) has accused the Health Minister Anna-Maria Borisova and three of her deputies of abuse of EU funds and corruption and has demanded their resignations.
The head of the Bulgarian Customs Agency, Vanyo Tanov, has announced that there has not been a political pressure for appointments in the agency.
The Deputy Chair of the ethnic Turkish party DPS, Lyutvi Mestan, has announced that his party would defend the right of Bulgarian citizens to cast their vote.
The Bulgarian cabinet approved Tuesday the resignations of two Deputy Directors of the Bulgarian National Statistics Institute (NSI), the government press center reports.
Vasil Mihaylov, the brother of the Deputy Prosecutor of Bulgaria's western city of Pernik, Biser Mihaylov, has announced he will sue the Bulgarian state for moral damages after the investigation against his brother is over.
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