Media covering the January 22 2017 inauguration of Roumen Radev as Bulgaria’s fifth president have been asked not to use drones, for the sake of public safety. The Interior Ministry […]
With more than two months to go before Bulgaria holds early parliamentary elections, the leader of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) has pledged to ...
Roumen Radev took the oath of office as Bulgaria’s president in the National Assembly in Sofia on January 19 2017, with his formal inauguration ...
At a lengthy valedictory news conference on January 18, outgoing Bulgarian president Rossen Plevneliev reiterated his stance distinguishing between Ru ...
Bulgaria’s Dossier Commission, the body charged by law with announcing the identities of those in public life who worked for the country’s communist-era secret services, has disclosed the names of […]
Bulgaria’s outgoing head of state, President Rossen Plevneliev, is among 17 European leaders who are signatories to a letter to US president-elect Donald Trump urging him not to make a […]
Participating in a Hanukah celebration at Sofia Central Synagogue, Bulgarian head of state President Rossen Plevneliev called on Bulgarians to preserve tolerance and respect among all in society. Plevneliev, whose […]
Two former Constitutional Court judges have entered the controversy about whether Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev’s decision to not appoint a caretaker cabinet in his final month in office was constitutional. […]
Bulgarian president-elect Roumen Radev has declined President Rossen Plevneliev’s offer to name a caretaker cabinet that Plevneliev will use his power to decree. Radev made the statement in a televised […]
Bulgarian President Rossen Plevneliev’s announcement on December 21 that he would not appoint a caretaker cabinet but would leave this to his successor Roumen Radev drew predictably mixed reactions – […]