The annual ritual by Bulgarian politicians to cherry-pick the contents of the European Commission’s Co-operation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) progress report on judiciary reform was overshadowed on January 27 by […]
It is time for Bulgaria to move to the next stage by turning its strategies on judicial reform and the fight against corruption into action on the gro ...
On the eve of the official release on January 27 2016 of the European Commission’s report on Bulgaria’s performance under the Cooperation ...
Ten business associations representing foreign investors in Bulgaria have issued an open letter to Bulgaria’s state leaders on January 25 2016, ...
The decision by Bulgaria’s Supreme Judiciary Council (SJC) to appoint a new representative has re-ignited a public row that has raised questions about the judiciary body’s independence from political influence. […]
Vladimira Yaneva, the former head of Sofia City Court, was handed a one-year suspended sentence, with a three-year probation period, on charges of authorising the use of covert surveillance beyond limits […]
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov interrupted the weekly meeting of the Supreme Judiciary Council (SJC) on January 14, ostensibly to offer re-assurances that he was not involved in a simmering […]
In Bulgaria in 2015, some made the news and some had the news thrust upon them. Apart from those who were newsmakers largely by the positions they held – Prime […]
Politically, the year 2015 was in the main a good one for Bulgarian Prime Minister and GERB party leader Boiko Borissov, as opinion polls showed that he alone among party […]
Bulgarian Prosecutor-General Sotir Tsatsarov has lodged a challenge in the Constitutional Court to amendments approved by Parliament in September lifting the statute of limitations for prosecutions of crimes committed by […]