Bulgaria's government will issue on Wednesday an official proposal for the president to re-appoint Konstantin Kazakov as Director of the State Agency for National Security, DANS.
Bulgaria plans to fully implement next year the much needed and long-delayed e-government project.
Bulgaria's Parliamentary Economic Committee has rejected amendments that would have lifted the country's full smoking ban in enclosed public spaces.
Bulgaria's ruling centrist-right GERB party is still more popular than its major political rivals, according to the latest poll conducted by the National Center for Study of Public Opinion.
The Bulgarian Pardons Committee at the President Office issued zero pardons in November out of a total of 60 applications by 33 convicted persons.
Bulgaria's Supreme Judicial Council (VSS) will review Tuesday the procedure for electing a Chief Prosecutor just two days ahead of the vote.
Evgeni Stoev, MP from Bulgaria's ruling centrist-right GERB, has no intention of withdrawing his proposal to lift the country's full smoking ban in enclosed public spaces.
Boyko Naydenov, interim Chief Prosecutor and head of Bulgaria's National Investigative Service, has criticized the lack of results in fighting corruption and thefts in 2012.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has spoken in favor of the opening of an Islamic institute of higher education in Bulgaria's capital Sofia.
The Ethics Committee at Bulgaria's Supreme Judicial Council has postponed its decision on notorious prosecutor Galya Gugusheva for January 2013.
Bulgarian Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, reiterated over the weekend that cables of US diplomats with allegations about his criminal past, disclosed by WikiLeaks, were a Socialist conspiracy and complete non-sense.
Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister and Interior Minister, Tsvetan Tsvetanov, has obstructed the fast absorption of funds, slated by the Cabinet for people affected by the strong earthquake in the western region and city of Pernik.
Simeon Djankov will get a second term in office as Finance Minister if center-right party GERB wins the 2013 parliamentary elections, according to Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov.
Bulgaria's ruling Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party, GERB, is halting all debates on the embattled Election Code and will resume them only after an apology from the opposition.
The Speaker of the Bulgarian Parliament, Tsetska Tsacheva, dismissed Friday all present MPs due to lack of quorum.
At the Parliamentary elections in 2013, voters in Bulgaria will not have the right to rearrange party lists of MP candidates.
Bulgaria's ruling centrist-right GERB party has a candidate in mind for a constitutional judge, GERB leader and Prime Minister Boyko Borisov revealed Wednesday.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov hinted on Wednesday that Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov may one day succeed him.
Bulgaria's government approved Wednesday the issuance of six mineral exploration permits.
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