Interview of Novinite.com with Mr. Toshio Sugiura, Counselor at the Embassy of Japan in Bulgaria. He discusses the initiative „Smart Community 2020”, which will be presented on November 27 by guest lecturer Fumitoshi Emura from Hitachi.
The news of Ukraine's EU treaty debacle echoed in Bulgaria with particular strength.
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The Ukrainian government’s rejection of closer integration with the European Union (EU) is a significant step back from democracy and human rights, the Freedom House has said.
When citizens take the law into their own hands, it is a clear sign that the foundations of a democratic system are shaking.
Macroeconomic stability has been preserved in a difficult economic and political environment.
Financial experts have voiced disagreement with Bulgaria's Socialist-led government, which claims Bulgaria's 2014 budget will speed up economic recovery and help boost people’s income and living standards.
Nidal Algafari is a Bulgarian director of Syrian descent – his father was a Syrian, his mother – Bulgarian.
As temperatures drop, it will be harder not to see them – the homeless and the poor.
Hristo Biserov, former deputy speaker of Bulgaria's Parliament, who has been charged with money laundering and document fraud, left Sofia investigative office on Friday without uttering a single word.
Policy continuity has supported sustained macroeconomic and financial stability, despite political and social challenges and external headwinds.
Bulgaria is in turmoil with relentless, record-long anti and pro-government protests, a relentless government and Sofia on lockdown by riot squads.
Interview of Novinite.com and Novinite.bg with Georgi Bliznashki, Professor of Constitutional Law at Sofia University, the oldest and biggest higher education facility in Bulgaria.
Hardly a day passes without a xenophobic incident occurring in Bulgaria.
The central building of Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski" has been under student occupation since October 23.
Protesting students are still considering whether to lift or not the blockade of Bulgaria's oldest and most prestigious school, Sofia University.
To call the scandalous revelations of Hristo Biserov's financial and tax crimes "Bulgaria's biggest corruption scandal" is an overstatement.
The chaos and division, which run deep in Bulgaria's society, bore a sad, but expected fruit - new nationalist formations.
Bulgaria's efforts to guard its borders from invaders have degenerated into nothing short of a vendetta.
The latest in a string of provocative paint actions against monuments in Bulgaria's capital Sofia has reaffirmed lasting divisions that have continued to torment the Bulgarian psyche for decades.
Nils Muiznieks is the Council of Europe's Commissioner for Human Rights, since April 2012.
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