Bulgaria’s Prosecutor’s Office said on November 22 that it has filed charges of embezzlement and abuse of office against Tsvetan Tsvetanov. Tsvetanov, the former interior minister and deputy prime minister […]
The judges in the trial of Bulgaria’s former interior minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov, who stands accused of irregularities in regulating the use of cove ...
Boiko Borissov’s centre-right party GERB – the largest single party in Parliament but also the opposition – is to table a motion of no confidenc ...
Bulgaria’s Prosecutor’s Office said on July 31 that it has filed charges against Tsvetan Tsvetanov for refusing to authorise wire-tapping as p ...
Some members of Bulgaria’s centre-right former ruling party GERB want its deputy leader to be dumped because he has become a liability to the party, reports in the local media […]
Bulgaria’s Prosecutor’s Office said on June 24 that it submitted a formal request to Parliament, asking it to lift the immunity from prosecution of Tsvetan Tsvetanov. The prosecution said that […]
Bulgaria’s Parliament passed at first reading on June 13 amendments to the Special Intelligence Means Act, the law governing the use of wire-tapping by law enforcement, which envision creating a […]
Tsvetan Tsvetanov, interior minister in the Boiko Borissov government that resigned in February, was formally charged on June 12 with failure to exercise oversight over the use wiretaps by the […]
Two days after Bulgaria’s socialist party-appointed government came to power, the National Assembly approved the first reading of legislation moving the Chief Directorate for Combating Organised Crime into the State […]
With the votes of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) and the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF), Bulgaria’s 42nd National Assembly voted the socialist-nominated Plamen Oresharski cabinet into power on […]