Who hasn’t “tried” the McDonald’s restaurant located at Slaveikov Square in Sofia? Who hasn’t looked through the old English, German and French books sold there? Who hasn’t turned away in disgust, […]
Serbia is a democratic country and protests about elections results are acceptable as long as they are peaceful, prime minister and president-elect Al ...
A check by Sofia City Court found numerous breaches of Bulgarian legislation in the issuing of wire-tapping warrants in 2015, including 52 instances o ...
The first official meeting between Boiko Borissov’s centre-right GERB and the nationalist United Patriots for talks on a coalition government ha ...
Bulgarian caretaker Defence Minister Stefan Yanev has appointed a new Permanent Secretary at the Defence Ministry, the top position at the ministry and the latest personnel change by Yanev since […]
The Justice Ministry of Bulgaria, which currently is being run by a caretaker cabinet pending the formation of an elected government, has published a draft bill that would ban foreign […]
Bulgaria’s Justice Ministry has made public draft legislative amendments that could effectively limit the right of Bulgarians living abroad to vote, by introducing a domicile requirement for voting in parliamentary […]
Bulgarian President Roumen Radev has sought to defend the controversial scrapping of a government regulation on the integration of refugees, saying that “loyal EU membership does not mean a mechanical […]
European Council President Donald Tusk, speaking during a visit to Bulgarian capital city Sofia, said that the country’s citizens only recently had gained the full right to work in the […]
An estimated 1300 unaccompanied child refugees and migrants are at an increased risk of exploitation, violence and trafficking because of the restrictive border policies and inadequate social protection systems across […]