Sofia City Court chairperson Vladimira Yaneva has resigned as head of the court, reports in Bulgarian media said on February 24. The resignation comes less than a week after Yaneva […]
The Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) decided on February 19 to suspend Vladimira Yaneva, head of the Sofia City Court, for the duration of the investiga ...
The ambassadors of France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Austria, Denmark, Finland and the UK have issued a joint appeal to the authorities in Sofia to sp ...
A judge at the Rousse District Court has been arrested on charges of allegedly receiving a bribe, Bulgarian National Radio said on February 15 2015. J ...
Sharp differences have emerged between Bulgaria’s Prime Minister and President and among the parties involved in the ruling coalition regarding the future of the country’s heads of the State Agency […]
Bulgaria’s Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) elected Lozan Panov as the new head of the Supreme Court of Cassation (SCC) on January 29, following a lengthy sitting that saw SJC members […]
Bulgarian Prosecutor-General Sotir Tsatsarov said on January 29 that he would propose, in the coming week, a structure to deal with corruption cases. Tsatsarov was speaking a day after the […]
Report card time makes Bulgaria look like a pupil that got into a decent school but is rather shoddy about doing its classwork and lackadaisical about keeping promises to do […]
The European Commission said on January 28 that Romania has made continued progress since last year’s Co-operation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) report was issued, praising the “impressive momentum” in fighting […]
Bulgarians were more downbeat about the progress made by the country in reforming its judiciary and fighting corruption and organised crime, a Eurobarometer survey published on January 27 2015 showed. […]