Boyko Borisov, who became Bulgaria's Prime Minister on Friday after Parliament gave him the "thumbs up", is certainly a sensation in Bulgaria's politics, being the only head of government who managed to get the office for a second time since democracy was
Bulgaria’s President has suggested that Bulgarian citizens are not that interested in whether their government has a left-wing, a right wing or a centrist orientation but whether they are keeping their promises.
Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP)'s leader Mihail Mikov is expected to propose changes to the party's Executive Bureau to address the crisis socialists are undergoing in the last year.
Bulgaria's newly-appointed Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has said he expects that his ministers will be able to get Bulgaria out of the current "free fall".
The members of Bulgaria's new Council of Ministers have been given the green light by lawmakers.
GERB leader Boyko Borisov has been backed by Parliament in his bid to become Bulgaria's Prime Minister.
Bulgaria is returning to the stage of pre-democracy and risks deviating from its European path, Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS)'s leader Lyutvi Mestan said on Friday.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) will vote against the new center-right government on Friday, the party's head Mihail Mikov said in Parliament.
A pro-European cabinet is underpinned by a consensus that reforms are needed, the Bulgarian Prime Minister designate Boyko Borisov told lawmakers just before his candidacy is voted in Parliament.
Bulgaria's National Assembly will vote on the new government formed by the two centre-right parties GERB and the Reformist Bloc (RB), plus one minister from leftist ABV.
Bulgaria’s Parliament will vote on Friday on the nomination of Prime Minister designate Boyko Borisov and the coalition cabinet he has formed.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister-designate Boyko Borisov on Thursday unveiled the list of the 18 ministers in his coalition cabinet.
Bulgaria’s centre-right GERB party and left-wing ABV signed a partnership agreement on Thursday
Bulgaria’s centre-right-GERB and right-wing Reformers Bloc (RB) on Thursday signed an agreement to form a coalition government.
ABV, the leftist party of former President Georgi Parvanov will support the governance programme of GERB and the Reformist Bloc (RB), said deputy ABV leader Ivaylo Kalfin at a news conference.
Bulgaria’s ministries of agriculture, regional development and transport have reported shortfalls which are expected to be covered by the budget update.
The damaged section of the road to the mountain resort of Bansko will be repaired by end-November and the two-way traffic will be restored, according to Bulgaria’s caretaker Regional Development Minister Ekaterina Zaharieva.
Centre-right parties GERB, Reformist Bloc (RB) and the nationalist coalition Patriotic Front (PF) agreed on a common governance programme, after nearly eight hours of negotiations, reports the BNT public broadcaster.
After GERB got a mandate to form a government and its leader Boyko Borisov pledged to have it formed by Thursday morning or to return the mandate, the four-party negotiations are set to continue through the night.
President Rosen Plevneliev has given Bulgaria's biggest party GERB a mandate to form a government.
The General Inspectorate has confirmed that the State Agency for Bulgarians Abroad has issued thousands of certificates of Bulgarian origin without receiving any proof of their origin.
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