Bulgarian MP Pavel Shopov was removed from a plenary session and received a disciplinary measure "reprimand" for obstructing the normal work of parliament . During the state budget debate, Shopov, who entered parliament as an MP from Ataka political..
Deputies from the BSP for Bulgaria parliamentary group have filed a complaint with the Constitutional Court, demanding that the court declare unconstitutional the rules adopted by parliament for the participation in parliamentary meetings of deputies..
The political parties GERB, BSP for Bulgaria, United Patriots and Volya supported the government's position on the negotiations for the accession of the Republic of North Macedonia to the European Union , BTA reported. The MPs from the Movement for..
On the 70th day of the anti-government protests in Bulgaria, several hundred citizens have blocked Dondukov Blvd. in the capital in front of the former Party House of the Bulgarian Communist Party, which is being now used as a new parliament building...
Mothers of children with disabilities united in the the initiative "The System Is Killing Us" have gathered in protest in front of the entrance to the new National Assembly building . They refuse to withdraw from the entrance and call on all deputies to..
The situation around the new building of Bulgaria's National Assembly where the anti-government protest entitled "Grand National Uprising" took place earlier today is calm at the moment. Most of the protesters have dispersed. They intend to return..
Former MPs Petar Slavov, Metodi Andreev and Martin Dimitrov have filed a lawsuit against the relocation of plenary sessions of Bulgaria's Parliament to the building of the former Communist Party headquarters as of September, bTV reported. The..
In a parliamentary sitting this morning, Bulgaria's Parliament voted on the dismissal from their posts of Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov, Interior Minister Mladen Marinov, Economy Minister Emil Karanikolov, Healthcare Minister Kiril Ananiev and..
The National Assembly has rejected President Rumen Radev's veto and re-approved the disputed changes to the law on the Interior Ministry. The veto was supported by 59 MPs from the socialist party. The majority, with 136 votes, approved the changes..
After a heated debate in the plenary hall, the parliamentary majority rejected proposals for amendments to the law on the Ministry of Interior, which provided for the creation of voluntary formations attached to the police authorities . The texts were..