President Rumen Radev announced, over the weekend, that the presidential election and the election for parliament would take place simultaneously – on 14 November. And even though there are just two months to go until them, the leading political players..
" ’The only words that matter are his words in front of the next P rosecutor General " , Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev said in the town of Rakovski commenting the accusations of this country‘ s former Premier Boyko Borissov..
A second Bulgarian parliament will fail to elect a legitimate government, and the country will face parliamentary elections for the third time in a year. This entanglement in political stalemate has provoked the conclusion of many analysts that..
The first sitting of the new 47 th National Assembly of Bulgaria will be held on December 3, the press service of the Bulgarian head of state..