The president of Macedonia Gjorge Ivanov held a news conference on March 1 to announce his decision on the mandate regarding the creation of a new government. In his declaration, Ivanov […]
Bulgaria’s caretaker Prime Minister Ognyan Gerdzhikov said on March 1 that his government had the “ambition” to submit a formal appl ...
Bulgaria’s former governing party and former defence minister have expressed outrage at the caretaker Cabinet nomination of a new Defence Chief, ...
Bulgarian President Roumen Radev has appointed Ilian Alipiev, formerly a member of the country’s communist-era secret service State SecurityR ...
Bulgaria’s former ambassador to the United States, Elena Poptodorova, has described an incident at Warsaw Airport in which she was held for alleged shoplifting as the result of an “honest […]
More than 44 400 Bulgarians have submitted requests online to vote abroad in the March 26 early parliamentary elections, the largest number from Turkey, the Central Election Commission (CEC) said […]
Bulgaria’s former president, Rossen Plevneliev, has become the latest to express pessimism about the prospects of the swift formation of a government after the country’s March 26 2017 early parliamentary […]
Bulgaria’s caretaker Cabinet said on March 1 2017 that it was nominating land forces commander Andrei Botsev to be the country’s new Defence Chief, with a promotion to lieutenant-general. By […]
A survey on Bulgarians’ attitudes towards institutions has found that they trust the European Union and Bulgarian Orthodox Church the most, while Parliament and political parties ranked the lowest. The […]
A survey has found strong discriminatory attitudes among Bulgarians to minority groups, finding that if all other things were equal, 72 per cent would not vote for a presidential candidate […]