PRIME MINISTER DESIGNATE SIMEON Saxe-Coburg Son of King Boris III (House of Saxe-Coburg) and Queen Ioanna (House of Savoy), King Simeon II was born in Sofia on June 16, 1937.
Foreign combat ships called at the Bay of Burgas Saturday to take part in a Bulgarian Navy exercise codenamed `Breeze 2001` under NATO`s Partnership for Peace Initiative. The exercise will be conducted in the southwestern part of the Black Sea under the c
The Bulgarian Socialists Party` MPs will cast an `abstention` vote on Tuesday, when the new cabinet is to be approved by the National Assembly, party leader Georgi Parvanov announced. The Supreme Council of the Socialists party declared its decision not t
Europe is looking forward to the formation of the new cabinet in Bulgaria, Bodo Hombach, Special Coordinator of the Stability Pact for South Eastern Europe, said on Darik Radio Saturday. The way the world will treat the new incumbents will depend on the i
Prime Minister Designate, Simeon Saxe-Coburg, will announce the names of the new government members on Sunday. The first to get acquainted with it will be the MPs from its coalition who will meet at 10.
For the first time in 11 years the Turkish minority dominated Movement for Rights and Freedoms will have its ministers in the cabinet. Following 7 rounds of negotiations that lasted for 3 weeks, the NMS II and the MRF agreed to run the country together.
The Privatization Agency`s supervisory board rejected the deal on selling a 51 percent stake of Hemus Air to the chosen `Pirin Tourist` company. The members of Board didn`t approve the deal as the buyer does not have experience in the business and does no
Five Bulgarian nationals were captured with 8 kilos of cocaine at the international airport in Sao Paulo, Brazil, the BBC broadcast yesterday. According to the radio, this is the first evidence of the Bulgarian connection with the Latin-American drug traf
Professionalism is the major criterion in the selection of the ministers, said Simeon Saxe-Coburg, premier-designated, in a blitz interview for Sofia`s`Standart`. He said that the cabinet will be ready till Sunday, `when he will have to hand in his propos
President Peter Stoyanov and outgoing Foreign Minister Nadezhda Mihailova consecutively denied information on the allegedly agreed meeting with Libyan leader Gaddafi. Tripoli also officially refuted the information, carried by the Bulgarian press, that mi
Fine of BGN 2,000 to 3,000 and 1 to 2 years in prison envisages a bill of amendments to the Penal Code, drafted by Mihail Mikov from Coalition for Bulgaria. The penalty shall be imposed on hackers who change or delete computer programmes or data.
`If Bulgaria receives an invitation to join NATO in 2002 it will be fully integrated with the Pact two years later`, parliamentary speaker Ognyan Gerdzhikov said after the traditional lunch of the ambassadors of NATO member-states. According to him the tw
Members of Parliament will receive base monthly salary of BGN 750, which is three times the average monthly wage of the employed in the public sector. The salaries increased by BGN 90 than in the 38th national Assembly.
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