Now that election times are over, electoral fraud or not, the time of election promises is also over.
Post-election Bulgaria seems to be in a state of a total shutdown topped by budget 2012 - an even more meatless pizza then in 2011, with a bitter aftertaste.
On October 30, in elections runoff, Bulgaria chose its new president – Rosen Plevneliev.
As Bulgarian ruling GERB party made a convincing win at presidential and municipal elections last Sunday, Western media were swift to hail a victory of "rightist" and "pro-Western" forces, apparently blind to a rather grimmer reality on site in the countr
What happened in Bulgaria since last Sunday gives strong and worrisome reasons to believe that “politics” in the country are deviating at an accelerating speed away from the democratic ideal of popular self-rule and towards a dubious model of leadership
A total of 173 out of 264 Bulgarian municipalities will vote for mayors in a second round on October 30, including Plovdiv, Varna, Smolyan, Pleven, as none of the candidates got 50% of the vote in the first round on October 23.
Nearly a week after the October 23 local and presidential elections in Bulgaria, allegations about violations and manipulations keep pouring in with demands for results' recall voiced by a number of political formations.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has had every reason to be overexcited recently (save for the disastrous state of his country's economy).
It is ironic that on the day that Tunisia – a the "cradle" of the 2011 Arab Spring revolutions – held its first ever free and democratic elections, Bulgaria demonstrated that it's losing touch with proper democratic mechanisms.
Following is a list of the top runners for the mayoral post in Bulgaria's major cities.
In the eve of Bulgaria's elections and on the backdrop of large-scale smear campaigns and a few lackluster debates marked by bickering and mutual accusations of all kinds of failures, the international monitors from the Organization for Security and Coope
Here are the solutions that the top five candidates for Sofia mayor suggested to the city's gravest problems in various public appearances in the media during their pre-election campaign.
Here are the reasons that the top five candidates for Sofia mayor gave for joining the race for the prestigious post in various public appearances in the media during their pre-election campaign.
Recent news of the dire condition of the Bulgarian State Railways company bring to mind a well-known model of state neglect and tolls yet another chime for the very possibility of Bulgaria's development as an integral country.
Cheer confusion and chaos are reigning over the vote abroad for the Bulgarian presidential elections on October 23.
Starting practically on Friday, the Members of the Bulgarian Parliament will not have any sessions until October 23, the day of the local and presidential elections in the country.
Asked to comment on the immensely inexplicable wealth accumulated by notorious Roma clan leader Kiril Rashkov, aka Tsar Kiro, Todor Kolarov, head of Bulgaria's Commission for Establishing Property Acquired through Criminal Activity, said the unit's hands
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