Iva Yordanova, named on October 16 by the caretaker cabinet as deputy head of the State Agency for Bulgarians Abroad, announced on October 21 that she was resigning. Yordanova had […]
Bulgaria and Romania are to sign a memorandum on beginning preparations for two new bridges over the Danube River, which forms the border between the ...
The Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) will accept an invitation to second-round talks with election winner GERB on a future government, but for now the ...
Sofia City Court, in a ruling on October 10, refused a request to extradite Russian human rights anti-Putin activist from Bulgaria to Russia, a decisi ...
A man who was arrested a day after Bulgaria’s October 5 parliamentary elections for offering people 20 leva (about 10 euro) to vote for the Movement for Rights and Freedoms […]
Bulgaria has for the second consecutive year been placed 100th in Reporters Without Borders’ World Press Freedom index, again also making it the European Union country with the worst rating. […]
The announcement by Bulgaria’s centre-right GERB party leader Boiko Borissov that four parties were to be invited to second-round talks on the formation of a new government has drawn reserved […]
A survey by international pollsters Gallup has found that on a list of “partly free” countries, the Bulgarian government in 2013 had the second-lowest approval rating in the world. Released […]
Boiko Borissov’s centre-right GERB is to continue its bid to form a government by holding second-round talks with the Reformist Bloc, the Bulgarian Socialist Party, nationalists the Patriotic Front and […]
Bulgarians deserve to be reliably informed and know who is behind the media, who owns and finances them, to be able to make an informed choice, head of state President […]