Yes Bulgaria Movement called on President Rumen Radev to veto the amendments to the Bank Insolvency Act adopted by the Bulgarian National Assembly on February 9. The project was proposed as a measure against the secondary looting of the assets of the bankrupt Corporate Commercial Bank. It was tabled to Parliament by MPs Yordan Tsonev, Hamid Hamid and Delyan Peevski from the Movement for Rights and Freedoms. According to Yes Bulgaria, the act contradicts fundamental principles of the Bulgarian constitutional model as well as the European law. “The provisions of this law are formulated in such a way that they would lead to legal chaos”, Yes Bulgaria further points out in its position.
For a third consecutive evening the Lyulin motorway was blocked by residents of the city of Pernik with national flags in their hands. The protest is against the way Bulgaria is governed, high fuel prices and the high cost of living. In Sofia..
Possibilities for conducting joint military exercises have been discussed by Chief of Defense General Andrei Botsev and the Chief of General Staff of the Armenian Armed Forces, Lieutenant General Artak Davtyan. The meeting is part of Davtyan’s two-day..
On World Diabetes Day, emblematic buildings, including the National Palace of Culture downtown Sofia, will be illuminated in blue - the color of the campaign "Together against Diabetes". In Bulgaria, 600,000 people suffer from this disease, as..