Boiko Naidenov, who heads Bulgaria’s National Investigative Service, resigned on November 4 as head of the service and as an investigative magistrate, the prosecutor’s office said in a statement. Naidenov […]
Bulgaria is among European Union countries named in an Amnesty International report for lacking comprehensive provisions on hate crime as the laws do ...
Bulgaria’s President Rossen Plevneliev said on July 25 that he has vetoed the amendments to the Special Surveillance Means Act, which regulates when ...
Bulgaria’s Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) appointed Vesselin Hadjiev as head of the Plovdiv Regional Court, filling the vacancy created after Sotir ...
Bulgaria’s Prosecutor-General Sotir Tsatsarov said on April 11 that he asked the country’s Supreme Judiciary Council (SJC) to fire Malena Filipova, who was until recently head of the Supreme Prosecution […]
Bulgaria’s Constitutional Court was back in session after Grozdan Iliev took his oath of office on February 28, ending an institutional logjam dating back to November 2012. Iliev was elected […]
Bulgaria’s Parliament voted on February 22 to appoint Grozdan Iliev to the Constitutional Court, as well as fill the three vacant seats on the asset forfeiture commission. The votes on […]
Bulgarian Parliament’s legal affairs committee held hearings on February 21 to examine the nominations for the country’s Constitutional Court and asset forfeiture commission. There is one vacant seat on the […]
Bulgaria’s Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) voted on February 21 to release Galina Toneva from her position as deputy prosecutor-general. She will return to her duties as a prosecutor in the […]
Bulgaria’s centre-right ruling party GERB nominated Grozdan Iliev, deputy president of the Supreme Cassation Court, to fill a vacancy on the Constitutional Court, making the move on February 11 2013 […]