Bulgaria’s Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) elected Lozan Panov as the new head of the Supreme Court of Cassation (SCC) on January 29, following a lengthy sitting that saw SJC members […]
Bulgarian Prosecutor-General Sotir Tsatsarov said on January 29 that he would propose, in the coming week, a structure to deal with corruption cases. ...
Report card time makes Bulgaria look like a pupil that got into a decent school but is rather shoddy about doing its classwork and lackadaisical about ...
The European Commission said on January 28 that Romania has made continued progress since last year’s Co-operation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) ...
Bulgarians were more downbeat about the progress made by the country in reforming its judiciary and fighting corruption and organised crime, a Eurobarometer survey published on January 27 2015 showed. […]
Bulgaria’s progress on judicial reform and combating corruption is slow and the country is to be urged to adopt a new Penal Code, along with other reforms that have been […]
Two recent headline-making murders in Bulgaria, one of a couple shot dead in Sofia in January and the other of a businessman in March last year, were the work of […]
Roumyana Chenalova, the Sofia City Court judge subject to disciplinary proceedings over her handling of some cases, has been suspended for six months because of these proceedings, the Supreme Judicial […]
Roumyana Chenalova, the judge at the centre of a controversy about a bankruptcy hearing that has re-ignited debate about the state of Bulgaria’s judiciary, has recused herself from the trial. […]
Seven ambassadors of European Union countries to Bulgaria have signed a joint letter calling for reforms in the judiciary and saying that Bulgaria would have their support for the start […]