Bulgaria's caretaker government has adopted a report on the implementation by end-2012 of the second action plan for reducing the administrative burden by 20% for the period 2012-2014.
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The new owners of Bulgarian mobile operator Globul have announced plans for substantial changes at the company.
The euro area unemployment rate advanced to 12.1% in March from 12% in the previous two months, according to Eurostat.
The Bulgarian Photovoltaic Association (BPVA) has called for the resignation of Asen Vasilev, caretaker Minister of Economy, Energy and Tourism, over discriminatory treatment of renewable energy producers.
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev is on an official trip to the US to take part in the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Anti-Defamation League Tuesday.
Outstanding debts of Bulgarian municipalities amounted to BGN 156.6 M by March 31, 2013, down by BGN 40 M from the same period of 2012, according to statistics of the Finance Ministry.
Roman Vasilev will replace Nikolay Kokinov at the post of Sofia City Prosecutor until a successor is appointed.
Bulgarian politicians should refrain from making inflammatory comments and let the prosecution and police do their work in the ongoing wiretapping scandal, according to Interior Minister Petya Parvanova.
Caretaker Bulgarian PM Marin Raykov has refused to comment his predecessor Boyko Borisov's behavior in a recently leaked controversial recorded conversation, which according to him is unfair to the ex PM.
Political actors are trying to reap dividends from flaring the ongoing wiretapping scandal in Bulgaria, while institutions are resolutely doing their job, stated Bulgaria's caretaker PM Marin Raykov.
Bulgarian caretaker PM Marin Raykov and Interior Minister Gen Petya Parvanova are expected Tuesday to reveal their position to a recently leaked scandalous conversation among present and past senior state officials.
Bulgaria's former Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov told journalists Tuesday that he needed time to study the incriminating statement of the Sofia City Prosecutor's Office before offering comments.
Tsvetan Tsvetanov, Former Interior Minister and deputy chair of center-right party GERB, has refused to offer concrete comments on the announcement of the prosecuting authority that there was sufficient evidence indicating that he had committed a crime.
The Sofia City Prosecutor’s Office has established that former Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov has committed a crime, as he has been deemed responsible for the illegal wiretapping done by the Interior Ministry.
Bulgaria's former ruling party GERB have requested to take part in an initiative annouced by the former opposition to peform a parallel count of the May 12 general elections.
Bulgaria’s center-right GERB party will win approximately 100 seats in Parliament at the upcoming elections in May, according to Mihail Konstantinov, a mathematician and former head of state-owned IT company Information Services.
Ivan Petrov, MP in Bulgaria's last Parliament from former ruling GERB party, has voiced strong criticisms against anti-democratic practices which according to him are rampant in the party.
The center-right GERB party, which ruled Bulgaria 2009-13, goes at the May 12 early elections for nothing less than a clear victory, stated GERB campaign manager Tsvetan Tsvetanov.
All major Bulgarian political parties, except former ruling GERB, have teamed up in an unprecedented move to organize a parallel ballot count in the upcoming May 12 general elections.
The Bulgarian police have said they have taken up a number of measures intended to facilitate heavy traffic in the country expected May 1-6.
A 2008 ball routine from Bulgarian rhythmic gymnast Boyanka Angelova, which was uploaded just a few days ago, has turned out to be a viral sensation.
Bulgaria has decided to renew its investigation into the wreckage of the Hera ship, , which sank in 2014 with 17 Bulgarians onboard near the Bosphorus strait.
Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands abdicated on Tuesday, handing over to her eldest son, Willem-Alexander.
FBI agents have visited Katherine Russell, the widow of suspected Boston Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev, at her family’s home in North Kingstown, R.
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