The Bulgarian Parliament will elect at an extraordinary plenary sitting on Tuesday the new governor of the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB).
Over half of Bulgarian voters are expected to cast ballots in the local elections in October, a survey conducted by Sofia-based Gallup International Balkan showed on Monday.
Work on reforms in Bulgaria's judicial system should be underway before local elections this autumn, Deputy PM Meglena Kuneva has said.
The European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) has asked the Bulgarian government to stop the demolition of illegal dwellings in the Roma neighbourhood of the village of Garmen until housing has not been provided for the vulnerable families.
The Bulgarian Parliament will elect the new governor of the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) on July 14.
The rhetoric exchanged between the executive, magistrates and prosecutors is sharpening amidst a debate on a judicial reform aimed at boosting the efficiency of the justice systems.
A report on the implementation of decentralization measures in Bulgaria informs that the program for 2014 was 28.
Bulgarian police officers detained 66 illegal immigrants in downtown Sofia on Monday evening.
Bulgarians will now be able to vote on referendums.
Lawmakers in the Legal Affairs Committee with Bulgaria's Parliament have rejected constitutional changes supported by the Justice Ministry.
Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha and his sister Maria-Louisa have lost the case for the Sitnyakovo royal residence at the court of second instance, according to a media statement of the Sofia Appellate Court.
Bulgaria should be ready to make use of the new situation in Greece, the co-chair of junior coalition partner Reformist Bloc (RB) said on Monday.
Ivan Iskrov had been reelected on his position as a Chair of the Bulgarian National Bank under pressure during the first Boiko Borisov cabinet.
Salaries of people emplyed in administrative positions across Bulgaria will not be raised in 2016.
Bulgarian lawmakers on Friday passed amendments to grant Bulgarians living abroad the right to vote in referendums held in the country.
Nationalist formation the Patriotic Front (PF) has made clear that it will continue to back the government.
Bulgaria needs to focus efforts on the completion of the motorway ring so that traffic along smaller roads can be alleviated, according to Regional Development Minister Lilyana Pavlova.
The normal retirement age in Bulgaria will gradually rise to reach 65 years for both men and women in 2037, parliament has decided.
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