At key points in Sofia on February 7, volunteers from former justice minister Hristo Ivanov’s “Yes Bulgaria” asked passersby for signatures as the party scrambled for the 3000 additional needed […]
Three appeals in court against the registration of former justice minister Hristo Ivanov’s Yes Bulgaria (Да, България!) political part ...
Reciting a description heard repeatedly over the past 10 years, both government and opposition figures in Bulgaria described a European Commission rep ...
In the 10 years since Bulgaria joined the European Union, the country has made “important progress” in reforms to the judiciary and agains ...
Bulgaria’s Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) vowed to implement measures that would reduce the case overload at the Sofia District Court (SDC), following a protest by the court’s judges on December […]
Bulgaria’s Defence Minister Nikolai Nenchev, a member of the outgoing government and who is facing criminal charges in connection with the handling of the business to overhaul MiG-29 engines, has […]
Bulgaria’s Parliament finished adopting amendments to the Judiciary Act on July 27, including a provision that ruled out anonymous complaints against magistrates. The bill, which is a second package of […]
Bulgarian MPs passed at second reading on July 26 a second package of amendments to the country’s Judiciary Act, part of the judiciary reform process that started after the constitutional […]
Bulgaria’s MPs passed at first reading a draft bill meant to create a new government body to fight corruption and conflict of interest, amid harsh criticism from opposition parties and despite […]
A team of EU experts arrived in Bulgaria on June 27 for a one-week technical review of the country’s prosecutor’s office, the Justice Ministry said in a statement. According to […]