After the first successful vote of no confidence in Bulgarian history has become a reality, the county is now governed by a cabinet in resignation and a parliament torn apart by inter-party attacks. The National Assembly and the government can..
Summer is here, and with it came a wave of protests in this country. Emotions in society have been heated up by two parallel crises – a political crisis that is connected with the vote of no confidence in the cabinet of Kiril Petkov, and an..
The Bulgarian parliament has convened an extraordinary session to discuss the vote of no confidence in the government of Kiril Petkov requested by the former ruling GERB-SDS party. The motive of the second largest political force in the opposition is a..
MPs will debate the no-confidence motion against the government at an extraordinary sitting on 21 June. The vote on the motion must take place within 48 hours of the debate. President Radev is bitter about what is happening in Parliament..
The enlargement of the European Union to the Western Balkans is of strategic importance for the EU. This is what Roberto Fico , Speaker of the Chamber of Deputies of Italy, said in the Bulgarian National Assembly. Mr. Fico is on an official..
8 political formations would enter the Parliament if elections were held today, indicates a sociological survey by Trend agency, commissioned by 24 Chassa newspaper. 19% of the respondents assess positively the work of the National Assembly, down..
The popularization of Bulgarian music in the public-service media was discussed by the Parliamentary Committee on Culture and Media . The Vazrazhdane party proposes that the Bulgarian National Radio (BNR) and the Bulgarian National Television (BNT) be..
After long deliberations the Bulgarian National Assembly voted to mandate the government to provide humanitarian, financial and military-technical assistance to Ukraine, including repair of Ukrainian military equipment in Bulgaria, Speaker of..
MPs from “Democratic Bulgaria” have submitted a request for hearing of Ukraine’s President Volodymyr Zelenskyy in Bulgaria’s Parliament. The hearing aims to shed light on the circumstances regarding the military conflict and the course of the peace..
Parliament has approved, at first reading, the amendments to the Judicial System Act regarding the closure of the specialized lawcourts and prosecutor’s office, by 134 votes “for”. The only votes against were those of the MPs from the opposition..