600 pupils of Roma origin are to receive scholarships under a joint project of Bulgaria’s Ministry of Education and Science and Roma Education Fund. The project named Support Roma Pupils to Graduate Successfully from High School was based on a model which has been used successfully in Macedonia, Serbia and Slovakia. This school year the participants at the project will receive EUR 30 per month. In 2017 the amount of the scholarship will depend on the social status, the motivation and the results of the pupils.
“There has to be a judicial reform and we have to do our best to make it happen,” Democratic Bulgaria co-chair Hristo Ivanov stated after holding a meeting with the leadership of the parliamentary group of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms, in a..
The National Investigation Service (NIS) is no longer part of the prosecutor’s office, and is now an independent structure by force of the amendments to the Judicial System Act, approved by parliament at second reading. The NIS will now have a..
“We are worried by what is happening in Bulgaria’s finances, and especially the management of the fiscal reserve, as well as the state the Silver Fund is in and how secure it is,” said Rumen Gechev from the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) in..
"In the coming days, the recently adopted legal changes that create a mechanism for investigation of the actions of the Prosecutor..
“I do not expect the kiss between Boyko Borissov (GERB) and Kiril Petkov (We Continue the Change/Democratic Bulgaria) to bear any fruit other than..
The sitting of the National Assembly started today with mounting tension in front of the parliamentary rostrum, insults and physical confrontation,..