With 99.3 per cent of ballots processed, the Central Election Commission said on May 13 that Boiko Borissov’s GERB party had 30.7 per cent, the Bulgarian Socialist Party-led Coalition for […]
Bulgarian Prime Minister Marin Raykov, head of the country’s caretaker cabinet, told a May 13 news conference that his government had delivered the ...
The leaders of three minor political parties that failed to surpass the four per cent vote share threshold for entry into Bulgaria’s 42nd National A ...
The ethics committee of Bulgaria’s Supreme Judiciary Council (SJC) ruled on May 13 to recommend opening a formal disciplinary investigation into the ...
These are some of the latest figures emerging after voting in Bulgaria’s May 12 2013 national parliamentary elections. Provisional results: With 96.1 per cent of ballots processed, the Central Election […]
The decision on May 10 2013 by the Sejm, the lower house of Poland’s parliament, to lift a law on the ownership transformation of the Poland’s flagship airline PLL LOT […]
The leader of Bulgaria’s ultra-nationalist Ataka party, Volen Siderov, told a news conference in the small hours of the morning after election day that his party – placed fourth out […]
Movement for Rights and Freedoms leader Lyutvi Mestan, whose party ran third in the May 12 2013 parliamentary elections, has – in a less than surprising development – made clear […]
A parallel vote count of Bulgaria’s May 12 2013 parliamentary elections by Austrian firm SORA showed Boiko Borissov’s centre-right GERB party as having scored 30.4 per cent and Sergei Stanishev’s […]
Bulgarian Socialist Party leader Sergei Stanishev claimed victory in the parliamentary elections on May 12, urging quick talks with other parties to form a new government that would exclude the […]