Plamen Oresharski has gone into full reverse on his controversial statement on November 15 that people on the public payroll who take part in anti-government protests would be dismissed. The […]
Bulgarian capital city Sofia was set for a day of drama on November 20, with plans for sundry protests and national political events. The “Early ...
A further attempt has been made to backtrack on Plamen Oresharski’s controversial statement that people on the public payroll who take part in a ...
Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev and Plamen Oresharski, appointed in May to sit in the prime minister’s chair in the Bulgarian Socialist Pa ...
Public trust in the Bulgarian Socialist Party government has fallen to a new low, below the “critical” 20 per cent level, according to the results of a new poll by […]
Gazprom chief executive Alexey Miller and Bulgarian Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski launched the construction on the South Stream gas pipeline in Bulgarian on October 31 – if only from afar, […]
Media reports that the Bulgarian Socialist Party government is planning to cut state administration staff numbers in 2014 were followed by mixed signals from cabinet ministers. On October 12, public […]
Boiko Borissov, leader of centre-right opposition party GERB and former prime minister, has attacked the “Oresharski Plan” as set to mean 250 000 new unemployed in Bulgaria. The “Oresharski Plan” […]
Rather like the fine lady in the nursery rhyme, who has rings on her fingers and bells on her toes, and shall have music wherever she goes, it seems that […]
The second attempt at holding the debate in Parliament on opposition party GERB’s motion of no confidence in the Bulgarian Socialist Party government resulted in further controversy amid disputes over […]