The Sofia City Court awarded Bulgaria’s former prime minister Boiko Borissov 180 000 leva in damages in a defamation lawsuit against ultra-nationalist Ataka leader Volen Siderov, local media reported, citing […]
The start of the trial of ultra-nationalist Ataka party leader Volen Siderov on assault and hooliganism charges in connection with a January incident ...
Clarity on when Bulgaria’s cabinet will resign came a small step closer on July 2 when Plamen Oresharski, occupant of the prime minister’s ...
Bulgaria is to hold early national parliamentary elections on a date between September 28 and October 12 2014, President Rossen Plevneliev said after ...
In his first remarks to reporters in Sofia since his party was vanquished in Bulgaria’s May 25 European Parliament elections, far-right Ataka leader Volen Siderov said that his party might […]
What the French prime minister reportedly described as the “political earthquake” of the rise of far-right parties in European Parliament elections in his country and elsewhere in the EU hardly […]
Bulgaria’s Interior Ministry has confiscated the firearm of far-right ultra-nationalist Ataka leader Volen Siderov, media reports on May 8 2014 said. During the anti-government protests that began in June 2013, […]
While it may seem a fiction given that Bulgaria’s political parties old and new have been in campaign mode for months, the weekend of April 26 and 27 saw the […]
The Sofia City Prosecutor’s office said on April 9 2014 that it had submitted to the Sofia City Council formal criminal charges against Ataka leader Volen Siderov in connection with […]
Plamen Oresharski, occupant of the prime minister’s chair in the Bulgarian Socialist Party government, has told the National Assembly that he expressed to US assistant secretary of state Victoria Nuland […]