The candidates of the biggest party in the government and the biggest party in opposition, Tsetska Tsacheva and Rumen Radev, will now face each other in a runoff that may not only bring a socialist-backed candidate to the presidency, but also trigger earl
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov's proven skills as an accomplished political operator might fail him in the presidential election, Dimitar Bechev, Bulgarian researcher Dimitar Bechev has said.
Novinite is republishing another story by our reader Leon de Leeuw about his visit to city of Vidin in Northwestern Bulgaria.
Novinite is republishing an interview with its founder Maxim Behar, CEO of M3 Communications Group and ICCO President, originally done for Vagabond Magazine.
Turkey's Embassy in Bulgaria has issued a statement condemning the attack on Krasimir Kanev, the head of the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee who on Thursday was subjected to an attack in downtown Sofia.
The tiny Bulgarian market poses difficulties to businesses, Ekkehard Neureither, CEO of ABB Bulgaria, has said.
Novinite is republishing another story by our reader Leon de Leeuw about his visit to the town of Chirpan in Central Bulgaria.
US Ambassador Eric Seth Rubin has issued a statement condemning the attack on Krasimir Kanev, the head of the Bulgarian Helsinki Committee who on Thursday was subjected to an attack in downtown Sofia.
Bulgarian Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov has told Canada's new Ambassador to Bulgaria Kevin Hamilton that Sofia needs guarantees from the Canadian government that visa liberalization will happen in 2017.
Novinite is publishing a piece by Ra?l Romeva, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Institutional Relations and Transparency of the Government of Catalonia.
There are as many as twenty-one presidential pairs running the forthcoming elections in Bulgaria, all competing to take over the office of President.
Novinite is publishing an article by Spain's Foreign Minister Jos? Manuel Garc?a-Margallo, which first appeared in Spanish daily ABC.
There are as many as twenty-one presidential pairs running the forthcoming elections in Bulgaria, all competing to take over the office of President. While the two biggest parties' nominees are tipped as clear favourites, the apparent losers should not be
Tatyana Doncheva, a lawyer, a former member of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) and one-time prosecutor, splintered off the BSP in 2011 to form her own organization, Movement 21.
Novinite has interviewed Azerbaijan's Ambassador to Bulgaria, H.E. Nargiz Gurbanova, on the occasion of two key events in bilateral relations. The first was the inauguration of the Trapezitsa Achitectural Museum Reserve, restored with the support of the H
Novinite publishes profiles of presidential candidates running in the forthcoming elections on November 06.
The Bulgarian government has given the green light for Austria to open its honorary consulate in Bulgaria.
Ambassadors newly posted to Bulgaria have presented their diplomatic credentials to Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev.
If CVs were to be compared in the race for Bulgaria's next President, few would fare as well as Ivaylo Kalfin, the candidate of Alternative for Bulgarian Revival (ABV).
When Krasimir Karakachanov ran for president of Bulgaria in 2011, as head of nationalist VMRO-BND party, he garnered a meagre 0.99 percent of the vote.
Novinite is publishing an article by Fayzal Mahamed written on the occasion of the blanket ban on face-covering garments in Bulgaria and, earlier, a prohibition to wear burkini in France.
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