Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev told reporters on May 2 that he would within a few days announce his decision on whether to veto the amendments to the Electoral Code approved […]
Bulgaria’s Finance Ministry has said that the consolidated Budget surplus for the first quarter of 2016 was 1.86 billion leva, or 2.1 per cent of fo ...
A total of 1815 of the asylum applicants in Bulgaria in 2015 were unaccompanied minors, according to figures announced by EU statistics office Eurosta ...
Bulgarian Orthodox Church head Patriarch Neofit presided at the traditional evening liturgy on the night of April 30 as the country’s Orthodox C ...
More than a million Romanian tourists visited Bulgaria in 2015, making them the most numerous foreigners in the neighbouring country for the eighth year in a row. Each one spent, on […]
In an annual Easter ritual sacred to Orthodox Christians, the “holy fire” was distributed at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem on April 30 2016, Great Saturday in […]
Bulgaria’s National Assembly voted on April 28 to rescind a decision it took a week previously that would have de-linked the holding of referendums and elections. This means that Bulgarian […]
This week’s version of the Bulgarian Electoral Code says that polling stations abroad can be opened in places other than embassies and consulates in European Union countries if at least […]
The southern Bulgarian municipality of Stara Zagora became the second in two days to vote to ban the wearing of the burqa in public places. The proposal to outlaw the […]
The eve of the Orthodox Easter long weekend found Bulgaria’s MPs still in their benches in the National Assembly – unless they were in one of a series of unscheduled […]