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 ...
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 ...
Bulgarian MPs passed at second reading on March 31 amendments to the country’s Judiciary Act, which reflect the changes in the constitution, adopted ...
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 […]
Bulgarian MPs passed at first reading on March 16 amendments to the country’s Judiciary Act, which reflect the changes in the constitution, adopted last year as part of the government’s […]
Bulgarian head of state President Rossen Plevneliev has concluded his 2016 round of political consultations with representatives of all groups in the National Assembly and will sum up his conclusions […]
The approval ratings of several of Bulgaria’s institutions, including the country’s courts, prosecution office and Parliament all have plummeted in recent months – practically halving, and that off a low […]
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 ground and the […]