Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, is becoming more and more "evil" because things in the country are turning from bad to worse, President, Georgi Parvanov says.
Bulgaria’s Ombudsman Konstantin Penchev said he will approach the Constitutional Court only for cases of violated basic human rights.
Bulgaria's prime minister has warned state officials "they should be stressed out and aware that they are being observed closely."
Kamen Petkov, who recently quit the parliamentary group of Bulgarian nationalist party Ataka, may join the ranks of the centrist party of former king Simeon Saxe-Coburg, it emerged over the weekend.
The phones of Bulgaria’s Customs Agency Director, Vanyo Tanov, have been tapped for six months, the Bulgarian daily “Trud” reported.
Bulgaria's Parliamentary Ethical Commission has not been able to take up the case with the 16 Bulgarian MPs who shamefully skipped work last week to "receive" luxurious cell phones.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, declares he would not replace any member of the current cabinet as the right-wing leader, Ivan Kostov, recently demanded.
Eight of the sixteen Members of the Bulgarian Parliament, who succumbed to a media trick, are giving half of their December salaries to charity, Krasimir Velchev, co-Chair of the GERB parliamentary group told journalists.
The Bulgarian cabinet decided Wednesday to give an additional BGN 800 000 to arts academies (universities), to churches for repairs and to firefighters who just helped Israel tame their disastrous blaze.
Bulgaria's Members of the Parliament rejected Wednesday the veto of President, Georgi Parvanov, on the National Audit Office (NAO) Act with 134 votes against it and 39 for.
The Bulgarian Parliament refused to consider voting on a declaration against the shameful 1980s 'Revival Process', during which ethnic Turkish Bulgarian citizens were forced to change their names or relocate to Turkey.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister and leader of the center-right Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (GERB) party, Boyko Borisov, wants to impose fines on the 16 Members of Parliament who succumbed to a media trick.
The demanded resignations of five Ministers by Bulgaria's rightist Blue Coalition are far-fetched, Bulgaria's PM Boyko Borisov said.
Bulgaria's Executive Agency of Fisheries and Aqua Cultures has proposed jail sentences for illegal fishing to be including in the Penal Code.
Bulgaria's Parliamentary anti-Corruption Committee has its "hands tied" regarding sanctions against the 16 Members of Parliament who succumbed to a media trick, exposing their greed and prevalence of personal interests over legislative responsibilities.
Bulgaria's rightist Blue Coalition will not endorse a ruling centrist GERB candidate in the presidential elections 2011 and will instead have its own nomination.
A small opposition party with links to shady figures from Bulgaria's transition has risen against the prospect of Kristalina Georgieva, the EU's humanitarian aid commissioner, running for president of the country.
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