Chanting the slogan "Maya out!" allies and representatives of GERB political party in Primorsko and Burgas, including the mayor of Burgas Dimitar Nikolov, gathered at the controversial construction of a retaining wall in the Aleppu area on the Black Sea..
“It would be unrealistic for Stand Up! Thugs Out! to be handed the third mandate for the formation of a government,” Maya Manolova, leader of the Stand Up! Thugs Out! parliamentary group commented after Slavi Trifonov, leader of ITN (There Is Such a..
The parliamentary group "Stand up! Thugs out!” chaired by Maya Manolova has collected 59 signatures with necessary 48 signatures to submit a decision to establish a Commission to acts of investigate police violence against protesters on July 10, 2020..
The new Temporary Parliamentary Committee, which has been set up to inspect spending of Bulgarian governments in the past 10 years, is going to work on nine priority areas. This became clear after the committee’s first sitting. The committee’s..
Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev began consultations with members of the political forces represented at the 45th National Assembly about the formation of new government. "The complicated security environment, the Covid-19 pandemic and the..
The most senior Member of Parliament Mika Zaykova opened and is presiding over the first sitting of the 45 th National Assembly. “The people sent us to this hall to affect a change that will pull the country up from the bottom of all EU lists..
"Stand up ! Thugs out " coalition distanced from the words of its co-chairman Nikolay Hadzhigenov. This was announced by the other co-chair person of the coalition Maya Manolova and Tatiana Doncheva, who is the leader of one of the parties..
In the upcoming parliamentary elections, Maya Manolova from the civic platform "Izpravi se.BG" and the so-called "Poisonous trio", which organized the anti-government protests that began last summer, are uniting in a new coalition entitled "Izpravi se!..
The civic platform Izpravi Se.BG (Stand Up.BG) headed by Maya Manolova and the so-called “toxic trio” are to announce how they will run in the parliamentary elections scheduled for April. At a press conference at 11 AM Manolova and Nikolay..
Shortly after Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev and this country’s Vice-President Iliana Yotova announced their decision to run for a second term of office, the Speaker of Bulgaria’s National Assembly Tsveta Karayancheva reproached President Radev..