An increase in the salaries is possible from 2014 on, according to Petar Chobanov, Bulgaria's newly sworn-in Finance Minister.
Bulgaria's new Minister of Economy and Energy, Dragomir Stoynev, has rejected claims that the government is planning to restart the Belene NPP on June 5, adding that no political decision on the step has been taken.
Trade union representatives at Bulgaria's state-owned Maritsa Iztok Mines have cautioned that the company faces a tough financial situation, with efforts underway to freeze bank accounts, cut jobs and delay salaries of workers.
Electricity bills in Bulgaria will be frozen at least until September 1, the Chair of the State Commission of Energy and Water Regulation (DKEVR), Evgenia Haritonova, announced Friday.
Volen Siderov, leader of Bulgaria’s nationalist Ataka (Attack) party, has reiterated his stance that the abandoned Belene nuclear power plant project should be revived.
The new Foreign Minister, Kristian VIgenin, reiterated Bulgaria's wish to sign a good-neighbor agreement with Macedonia at a meeting with his Macedonian counterpart, Nikola Poposki, in Ohrid.
The Washington DC City Council has held a hearing with expert testimony on the issue with the request to name an intersection in the US capital after Bulgarian Member of the Parliament Dimitar Peshev, who is credited with helping save the country's Jews d
Plans of Bulgaria's new Foreign Minister to reinstate communist-era State Security agents have shocked EU officials.
The unemployment rate in Bulgaria has reached 12.3% in April 2013, according to figures published Friday by Eurostat, the statistical office of the European Union.
Bulgaria's Constitutional Court (KS) has declared provisions of the Law on Forfeiture in Favor of the State of Illegally Acquired Assets unconstitutional.
The Bill to close the Main Directorate for Combatting Organized Crime, GDBOP and transfer it to the State Agency for National Security, DANS, has been passed in Bulgaria's Parliament at first reading.
Bulgaria's Constitutional Court has decided to try the claim contesting and asking to void the May12 early general elections results.
The written requests for flights of Bulgaria's former Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, have been destroyed and are no longer available.
The first Bulgarian festival in the US city of Philadelphia took place on May 25 in honoring May 24 – the National Day of Culture and Slavic Script.
Residents and guests of the Bulgarian capital Sofia can see the reconstructed face of the "vampire from Sozopol" over the weekend and for few days next week in the National History Museum, NIM.
Two protest rallies in favor of the existing full smoking ban in enclosed public spaces are to take place in Bulgaria as the country marks this year's World No-Tobacco Day on Friday.
Corsican-based French team AC Ajaccio is looking to hire Bulgarian coach Hristo Stoichkov, according to French media reports.
Novak Djokovic will be eager to avenge his defeat by Bulgarian rising star Grigor Dimitrov, as the two are to face each other in a Roland Garros clash on Saturday.
Police in Spain, Portugal, Belgium, and France, have staged a large-scale special operation in busting an international cigarette contraband network.
The series of anonymous bomb threats in Bulgaria continued on Friday, with an unidentified man claiming that explosive devices had been placed in the National Assembly and the Council of Ministers in Sofia.
The Deputy Chairman of the formerly-ruling center-right Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party, GERB, and former Interior Minister, Tsvetan Tsvetanov, will give up his immunity after June 4.
The main courthouse building in Bulgaria’s capital Sofia has been evacuated yet again due to an anonymous bomb threat.
A blast has destroyed the garage of Valentina Sofronieva, a municipal councilor in Bulgaria’s Black Sea city of Varna.
Former Bulgarian Interior Minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov, who is to face illegal wiretapping charges, has allegedly hired a high-profile German lawyer to defend him.
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