Bulgaria’s Finance Ministry has said that it expected the consolidated Budget deficit January-February 2015 to stand at 130 million leva, or just 0.2 per cent of forecast gross domestic product, […]
Unemployment in Bulgaria is continuing to ease, falling to 10.8 per cent in January 2015 compared to 12.6 per cent a year earlier, going by seasonally ...
Bulgaria sharply condemns the murder of prominent Russian opposition leader and former deputy prime minister Boris Nemtsov, Foreign Minister Daniel Mi ...
Bulgaria’s Prosecutor-General Sotir Tsatsarov has sought to defend the investigation, including a tax probe, into four activists from the Protes ...
The first weekend of spring in Bulgaria – which will stretch to four days given the celebrations of Liberation Day on March 3 – will bring no major change in […]
Bulgaria’s centre-right coalition cabinet is continuing the process of personnel changes in top posts, this time appointing a new head of the Archives State Agency. The government that took office […]
The European Commission has sent reasoned opinions to Bulgarian authorities in three infringement proceedings for failure to fully transpose EU laws into national legislation in areas ranging from drivers licences […]
Georgi Purvanov said on February 26 that he would resign as leader of his ABC party, a day after some of the party’s parliamentary group did a turnabout to vote […]
Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev has said he would not veto the bill passed by Parliament on February 25, which ratified the Cabinet’s agreement with four foreign banks to manage the […]
At the request of the Sofia City Prosecutor’s office, Bulgaria’s National Revenue Agency has begun a formal investigation into four prominent activists from the Protest Network that arose from the […]