SOFIA, Bulgaria -- Bulgarians went to the polls in a presidential election with gas masks and protective gloves distributed to poll workers in case of an anthrax threat.
Polling agencies registered at the Central Electoral Commission will be allowed to announce the results of their exit polls among the voters on the election day after 7pm, while other statistics will be announced after 8 pm.
Bulgaria’s new President will be elected at the first round of the elections on November 11 only if one candidate president win more than half of the valid votes, and if the turnout exceeds 50%. If none of the candidates gets more than 50% run-offs will b
Stoyanov: I wish to be re-elected, says current president Petur Stoyanov after voting exactly 10 o'clock at Durvenitsa Sofia District. He added will not climb Cherni vrah Vitosha mointain pick today, as usual Stoyanov does on Sunday.
“The latest opinion polls published Friday (November 9) added tension to the presidential election in Bulgaria, showing that the incumbent, Petar Stoyanov, might miss a first-round victory by a thread,” International Herald Tribune writes in its issue of
"The future of Bulgaria as a member of the European Union is its natural and irrevocable final aim. Bulgaria will contribute effectively to the integration of the continent, and its accession to the Union will yield a series of positive results for both s
Credits of up to BGN 7500 will be granted only with two warrantors under the microcrediting project, Lidia Shuleva, Deputy Prime Minister and Social Minister announced on November 10 at a seminar in Velingrad. The project envisages microcredits in the ran
Four members of the tenth Bulgarian Antarctic expedition left for Livingston Island on November 9. Antarctic Institute Chairman Hristo Pimpirev, Yordan Yordanov, Andrei Kovachev and Dr Valentin Andreev sailed off on board of a Spanish naval ship.
The last offers for Bulgarian Eurobonds were received in the afternoon on November 9, Finance minister Milen Velchev said on November 10 on the Bulgarian National Radio. He declined to announce the volume of the issue.
There is a huge possibility that the majority of the foreign tourists who have booked ski-holidays at the resorts of Pamporovo and Borovets will cancel the reservations, hotel-keepers predicted. After the attacks of September 11, many people are afraid to
The tickets of all airlines with offices in the Sofia airport went up by 5$ to 10$. The increase is due to the new insurance against terrorist attacks, that is included in the airport fees.
An Environment Protection Bill has been drafted in full compliance with European legislation, Dolores Arsenova, Bulgaria’s Environment and Waters Minister announced. In her report on the Cabinet's first 100 days, Arsenova underscored the fact that Bulgari
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