More than 50% of Europeans may not head for the polls to vote for European Parliament members, as they say they are not interested in the elections,
The new leadership of the biggest right-wing party in Bulgaria, the Union of Democratic Forces (UDF), has been refused court registration.
Bulgarian Foreign Affairs Minister, Ivaylo Kalfin, described Saturday the 8% coalition's election threshold as nonsense.
Ilya Iliev, the leader of the Roma party DROM, has said that integration for his people into Bulgarian society is impossible without representation in parliament.
Two months before the end of its term Bulgaria's parliament saw the establishment of a new parliamentary group, headed by Yane Yanev,
The Bulgarian MPs from the Commission on changes in the election legislature decided Thursday to keep the election system intact.
The leader of the ethnic Turkish party has expressed reserved confidence that his formation will be among the ruling parties after the general elections in the summer.
The chair of the GERB Party Tzvetanov has formally declared that Sofia Mayor Boyko Borisov would become Bulgaria's next Prime Minister, should GERB win a majority in Parliament.
Bulgarian parties and coalitions, willing to join the race for MEPs, should submit their papers to the Central Electoral Commission by May 12, it was announced on Monday.
The Bulgarian Government should reconsider Budget 2009 spendings in order to generate surplus.
US Ambassador Nancy McEldowney has urged all political parties in Bulgaria to implement the additional measures proposed by the Integrity Pact for an Independent and Democratic Vote in Bulgaria.
A new center-right coalition emerged in Bulgaria's political life Wednesday.
A shorter pre-election campaign and no day for contemplation are some of the steps Bulgarian authorities plan to take to make the vote for European Parliament members less cumbersome.
Sofia mayor Boyko Borisov, whose party has been tipped as the likely winner in the upcoming general elections in Bulgaria, forecast a collapse of the state in the summer.
GERB will never and not by any means enter a coalition wit the Bulgarian Socialist and ethnic Turks, according to the party leader Tsvetan Tsvetanov.
The UK Conservative Party leader, David Cameron, welcomed Thursday in London the Chair of Bulgaria's rightist opposition party "Order, Law, Justice", MP Yane Yanev.
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