Economic adviser to Bulgarian President prof. Steve Hanke expressed his concern about the vagueness of the economic platforms of the main political forces in Bulgaria.
45 additional polling sections will be opened in Turkey for the Parliamentary elections in Bulgaria on June 17. The additional sections will be located outside the Bulgarian diplomatic missions in cities where many Bulgarian emigrants reside.
Personal Files Commission has disclosed today 34 more MP nominees as agents to former State Security. The total number of MP candidates disclosed as ex-informers running for the next parliament count 112.
Accused as collaborator with former State Security and withdrawn from king`s tickets nominee Ventzislav Dimitrov made a complaint against his removal. He declared his intentions to sue Bulgaria in Strasbourg court for calumny.
Hackers crashed the election web site of the ruling UDF coalition during the weekend and distorted the available information. PM Ivan Kostov `appealed` electorate not to vote at the elections but to go to watch sheep at villages because of their abundance
A man in a uniform of a police officer shot in front of the seat of the National Movement Simeon II in `Ilinden` municipality of Sofia yesterday morning. Two fired cartridges of a `Makarov` gun in front of the cafe have been found.
A draft on abolition of VAT (Value Added Tax) payments upon the international services in the field of tourism was promoted at a public debate in Slanchev Bryag (Sunny Beach) by Vladimir Karolev, king`s economic expert. He declared before private propriet
King`s economic team held a public debate with government representatives from ruling UDF coalition, broadcasted on Channel 1 of National Television. Bulgaria`s economic development after the elections June 17, was discussed.
39 to 41% of the electorate will vote for the King`s collation on the General Elections June17, the latest results of the agency `Alpha Research` show. United Democratic Forces is expected to take 26-28%, Coalition for Bulgaria 17-19% and 5-6% for Moveme
The Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) will sue PM Ivan Kostov and six other ministers for taking bribes and acting against the national interest, Roumen Ovcharov, Deputy Chairman of BSP, announced. On Monday the BSP leaders will present to the prosecutor th
The ruling United of Democratic Forces (UDF) will support the intention of President Petar Stoyanov to run for second mandate in the autumn presidential elections as an independent candidate. The Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) is going to see the
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