The judge from the Sofia City Court who was scheduled to try the case of the UDF party's registration has withdrawn from participation in the trial.
The Sofia Mayor Boyko Borisov accused Bulgaria's Socialist PM, Sergey Stanishev, of transfering electoral power to minority populated regions of the country.
Sofia Mayor Boyko Borisov's party GERB has a 9% lead for the coming 2009 European Elections.
Martin Dimitrov, leader of the right-wing opposition UDF, has approached the Central Election Commission with a request to make void a false European election registration,
Martin Dimitrov, the leader of Bulgaria's UDF party, has stated that the Central Election Committee (CEC) will not falsely register his party.
The suspended ex-leader of Bulgaria's UDF party, Plamen Yurukov, has stated that no one had the right to exclude him from the party.
The National counsel of Bulgaria's UDF party has decided to suspend the membership of former party leader Plamen Yurukov.
Close to BGN 10 M will be economized from the running of the upcoming local parliamentary elections and elections for European parliament.
The registration of the opposition UDF to run on their own at the Parliamentary elections is simply the latest communist plot.
The ethnic Turkish Movement for Rights and Freedoms party (DPS) will run on its own at the upcoming parliamentary elections.
The Bulgarian Government approved Thursday BGN 13,962 M budget for the European Parliament Elections which will be held June 7 2009.
The European Parliament has created its own profiles in the major social networking sites in order to raise awareness before the coming 2009 European Elections.
The New Time political party, whose members are known as the "hedgehogs" of Bulgarian politics, will not be part of the right-wing pre-election coalition agreement for the upcoming European elections, it emerged on Tuesday.
The infamous Galevi brothers, who are allegedly amongst Bulgaria's central mafia bosses, have confirmed that they are going to run for election this summer.
Bulgaria's chief prosecutor has harshly criticized the decision of two notorious businessmen from the southwest town of Dupnitsa to run for parliament, saying what they seek is an escape from justice.
The LIDER Party of the Bulgarian tycoon Hristo Kovachki, has announced that it will be entering this summer's general elections alone
The notorious businessmen from the southwest town of Dupnitsa Plamen Galev and Angel Hristov, known as the Galevi Brothers, are set to run for parliament in the general elections in the summer as independent candidates.
Bulgaria's United Agrarians party wishes to enter the upcoming parliamentary elections with the "blue" coalition" of DSB and UDF.
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