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October 5, 2018, by The Sofia Globe staff

Krassimir Vlahov, the former deputy head of Bulgaria’s Supreme Court of Cassation, was elected by Parliament on October 5 to take a seat on the country’s Constitutional Court, but the […]

Bulgarian President refers Administrative Procedure Code amendments to Constitutional Court

September 18, 2018, by The Sofia Globe staff

Bulgarian President Roumen Radev asked the Constitutional Court to strike down a set of amendments to the country’s Administrative Procedure Cod ...

EU approves 1.5M euro in technical support for Bulgarian judiciary

August 9, 2018, by The Sofia Globe staff

The European Commission has approved 1.5 million euro in funding for projects focused on reforms in the area of insolvency, with accompanying measures ...

New EU directive on presumption of innocence of accused comes into effect

April 3, 2018, by The Sofia Globe staff

New European Union rules guaranteeing that anyone accused or suspected of a crime is innocent until proven guilty apply since April 1 2018, the Europe ...

  • Political leanings colour Bulgaria’s CVM report reactions
    November 16, 2017, by Alex Bivol

    The European Commission’s regular reports on progress under the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism (CVM) have always elicited the same reaction in Bulgaria, as parties in government would cherry-pick the positives […]