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 partisans outside the Bulgarian Socialist […]
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 u ...
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 […]
The much-anticipated resignation of Bulgaria’s cabinet is nearing, possibly to be tabled on July 23, while domestic political squabbles – notably on the topic of who is to be nominated […]