Sofia City Prosecutor’s Office has declined to agree to a request by the Protest Network to investigate Delyan Peevski and his mother Irena Krasteva, according to January 12 reports quoting […]
The Sofia District Court on October 31 acquitted two people who had been charged with hooliganism in connection with the redecoration of a monument to ...
A survey by international pollsters Gallup has found that on a list of “partly free” countries, the Bulgarian government in 2013 had the s ...
The question of the future of troubled Corporate Commercial Bank is defining debate ahead of Bulgaria’s October 5 early parliamentary elections ...
Delyan Peevski, the controversial figure whose abortive appointment as State Agency for National Security chief in 2013 sparked public protests that ultimately led to the downfall of the government, appears […]
Bulgaria’s caretaker cabinet has nominated former French ambassador to Bulgaria Philippe Autié and outgoing German ambassador Matthias Höpfner to receive the country’s highest state honour, the Stara Planina First Degree. […]
With the end of its special sitting on August 4, Bulgaria’s 42nd National Assembly passes into history having set a number of records – not least of which is that it […]
Four hundred and five days after they began, public protests in Bulgaria demanding the resignation of the government turned to jubilation as confirmation came that Plamen Oresharski, placed in the […]
The Bulgarian cabinet nominally headed by Plamen Oresharski tabled its resignation in Parliament shortly before 6pm on July 23 2014. It is probable that the resignation of the cabinet, which […]
After a number of senior political figures linked to Bulgaria’s ruling axis indicated that they expected that the government would resign on July 23, Bulgarian Socialist Party parliamentary group head […]