Bulgarian Prosecutor-General Sotir Tsatsarov and Efterpi Koutzamani, Prosecutor General at the Supreme Court of Greece, signed a memorandum of understanding on November 23 on matters including extradition and mutual legal assistance in criminal matters, […]
The Bulgarian Judges Association, one of the organisations representing the country’s judiciary, said in an open letter on November 5 that it ...
Bulgaria’s National Assembly elected former Ombudsman Konstantin Penchev to the Constitutional Court on October 8, bringing to four the new memb ...
Sofia City Court dismissed on September 28 the case against socialist MEP and former Bulgarian prime minister Sergei Stanishev for losing secret docum ...
Bulgaria’s Parliament passed at first reading on September 23 constitutional amendments on judicial reforms with 184 votes, which means the bill can be fast-tracked through the National Assembly. Under Bulgarian […]
Bulgaria’s Constitutional Court ruled on September 17 to reject as inadmissible the query made by a group of 144 MPs regarding provisions in the proposed bill of constitutional amendments on […]
Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev has nominated former prime minister Filip Dimitrov and constitutional law professor Mariana Karagyozova-Finkova to take seats on the Constitutional Court when four seats are vacated later […]
A group of ambassadors from EU countries said in a letter that Bulgarian Parliament’s decision to reject a draft anti-corruption bill last week sent the wrong signal about Bulgaria’s commitment […]
The July 23 agreement among Bulgarian political parties on reforms of the judicial system is a “first step”, according to French ambassador Xavier Lapeyre de Cabanes, noted for his public […]
Six of Bulgaria’s political parties and coalitions have reached a deal on tabling a fresh proposal on constitutional changes regarding judicial reform, with Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borissov insisting that […]