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 proces ...
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 ha ...
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 Mini ...
Bulgaria’s Cabinet approved on June 15 a second package of amendments to the Judiciary Act, part of the judiciary reform process that started after the constitutional amendments passed last year. […]
Bulgaria’s Supreme Judicial Council approved on April 14 a decision of how to distribute its current members into the new judges and prosecutors colleges, as mandated by constitutional amendments last […]
A Eurobarometer poll in all European Union countries has found that Bulgarian individuals and companies are among those with the lowest assessments of the independence of courts and the judiciary. […]
Bulgaria’s Supreme Court of Cassation has jailed a Veliko Turnovo judge for four years for accepting a bribe of 6000 leva (about 3000 euro) from an accused in a trial […]
Bulgarian MPs passed at second reading on March 31 amendments to the country’s Judiciary Act, which reflect the changes in the constitution, adopted last year as part of the government’s […]
Judicial reform is central to everything, Bulgarian head of state President Rossen Plevneliev told the National Assembly in a special address on March 18, given after a series of talks […]