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September 30, 2020, by The Sofia Globe staff

The European Commission’s first EU-wide report on the rule of law, published on September 30, raised a number of concerns in the case of Bulgaria, but covered no new ground […]

Bulgarian President Radev vetoes amendments to Judiciary Act

September 15, 2020, by The Sofia Globe staff

Bulgarian President Roumen Radev said on September 15 that he has vetoed a provision in the bill of amendments to the Judiciary Act, passed by MPs in ...

Bulgaria Constitutional Court rules to clarify presidential immunity

July 30, 2020, by The Sofia Globe staff

Bulgaria’s Constitutional Court said on July 30 that it has ruled on the questions asked by the Prosecutor-General to clarify the limits of pres ...

Bulgaria Constitutional Court issues rulings on Health Act, Prosecutor-General

July 23, 2020, by The Sofia Globe staff

Bulgaria’s Constitutional Court said on July 23 that it has ruled on two cases concerning a challenge brought by President Roumen Radev against ...

  • Bulgaria’s new prosecutor-general Ivan Geshev sworn in
    December 18, 2019, by The Sofia Globe staff

    Ivan Geshev was sworn in as Bulgaria’s prosecutor-general on December 18 in a ceremony brought forward by three weeks after his predecessor Sotir Tsatsarov stepped down early in order to […]