Bulgarian head of state President Rossen Plevneliev is asking the Constitutional Court to rule whether three of the questions planned for a national referendum in autumn 2016 are permissible in […]
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov said on May 27 that he did not see himself as the unifying right-wing candidate for president that the country ...
Bulgaria’s Commission for Protection of Competition has ruled to approve the proposed acquisition of Tokuda hospital in Sofia and City Clinic, a ...
The mayor of the Bulgarian village of Galiche, Tsenko Chokov – arrested in a large-scale police raid along with his son and 10 others – is ...
The Bulgarian Parliament’s committees on defence and on budget and finance have approved projects worth well more than a billion euro to acquire new jet fighters and two new naval […]
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov has urged Eastern Europe to show more solidarity in the refugee crisis. What are his motives for the pro-European stance? “The state has collapsed. So […]
The European Commission said on May 26 that it was stepping up the infringement proceedings against Bulgaria over restrictions against selling land to foreigners, while also opening an infringement procedure […]
A Plovdiv municipal councillor for the nationalist VMRO party arrived at a May 26 council meeting wearing a burqa in protest against the council’s earlier rejection of a proposed ban […]
A Bucharest court sentenced Evelin “Brendo” Banev to 14 years in jail on charges of drug trafficking, Bulgarian media reported on May 26. Banev was accused of smuggling 51kg of […]
Exports by Bulgaria’s defence industry were 50 per cent higher in 2015 than in 2014, adding up to 649 million euro, Defence Minister Nikolai Nenchev said. Going by Bulgarian Economy […]