Dejan Glescic, Director of Marketing and Communication at SG EkspresBank Bulgaria, has been named chairman of the Board at the Bulgarian Food Bank.
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Bulgaria has suspected the contract with Czech company Patria Corporate Finance after decided to abandon the privatization of the bourse.
Bulgarian socialist MEP Iliyana Yotova has criticized the European Commission for deploying double standards in evaluating the fight against corruption in EU Member States.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has arrived in Brussels for a two-day EU leaders summit focused on reviewing economic policy and promoting jobs and growth.
Bulgarian and Romanian MEPs have opposed the cooperation and verification mechanism of the European Commission (CVM) deployed to monitor reforms in the sphere of justice and home affairs in the two countries for the past six years.
There is no reliable information implicating ethnic Turkish leader Ahmed Dogan in the preparation of an attack against Boyko Borisov at the time when he was Chief Secretary of the Interior Ministry, according to Chief Prosecutor Tsatsarov.
The implementation of an electronic government in Bulgaria will not have a harmful effect on jobs, newly appointed Minister Roman Vasilev has assured.
Bulgaria's 41st Parliament is to hold its very last session on Thursday, one day after President Rosen Plevneliev issued a decree that adjourned it.
Christo Proykov, the Bulgarian Greek Catholic Bishop of Sofia, has lauded the election of Pope Francis, emphasizing his humbleness.
Ventsislav Varbanov, Bulgaria's former agriculture minister in the right-wing government of Ivan Kostov, has been conclusively cleared of embezzlement charges.
Bulgaria's Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov has submitted a proposal with the Supreme Judicial Council (VSS) for initiating disciplinary proceedings against Sofia City Prosecutor Nikolay Kokinov over a breach of the system for random assignment of lawsuit
Sofia Appellate Prosecutor Angel Iliev has resigned as an administrative head of the unit.
A 46-year old "dissatisfied customer" who threw acid at three Bulgarian prostitutes in Lyon has been arrested, according to French media.
A Bulgarian court will convene on March 14 to resume the hearings in a high profile criminal case, known as "Octopus".
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has told the BBC that the interim government he appointed on Tuesday must turn Bulgaria in a new direction, towards transparency, efficiency, and cooperation.
Pope Francis has warned the Catholic Church would become "a compassionate NGO" without spiritual renewal.
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