Roumen Radev took the oath of office as Bulgaria’s president in the National Assembly in Sofia on January 19 2017, with his formal inauguration as head of state scheduled for Sunday. […]
Even with no date yet decreed for Bulgaria’s early parliamentary elections, Bulgaria’s politicians are indulging in publicly discussing wh ...
Bulgarian president-elect Roumen Radev has rejected calls to prolong the life of the current Parliament, made by Boiko Borissov’s GERB party to ...
Boiko Borissov’s centre-right GERB party has 26.1 per cent support and the Bulgarian Socialist Party 24.9 per cent support, according to the res ...
“I promise everyone will greet the New Year wherever they’re heading,” Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov wrote on Facebook on December 31, as he visited eastern parts of the country […]
Bulgarian president-elect Roumen Radev has declined President Rossen Plevneliev’s offer to name a caretaker cabinet that Plevneliev will use his power to decree. Radev made the statement in a televised […]
Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev’s announcement on December 21 that he would not appoint a caretaker cabinet but would leave this to his successor Roumen Radev drew predictably mixed reactions – […]
Bulgaria’s current Parliament will not be able to elect a government and the country will go to early elections, GERB parliamentary leader Tsvetan Tsvetanov said on December 20. Tsvetanov was […]
Negotiations on December 19 among Bulgaria’s GERB party, the Reformist Bloc and Patriotic Front appeared to put the country a step closer to a new government, headed by a Prime […]
Boiko Borissov’s GERB party could support a government formed on the basis of the mandate held by the Reformist Bloc, possibly with a bloc figure as Prime Minister, while Borissov […]