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 meeting between the Bulgarian and the Macedonian prime ministers in Skopje on 18 January began with a gesture on the part of North Macedonia,..