The Bulgarian Ministry of Interior has identified 12 more employees guilty of police violence against protesters near the building of the Council of Ministers last summer, the ministry's secretary general Petar Todorov told Nova TV. He assured that..
The National Assembly ad hoc committee for investigation of police violence during last year’s antigovernment protests recommends that the Head of the National Service for Protection Emi Tonev be dismissed. According to the ad hoc committee, the videos..
Bulgaria’s Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev attened a he a ring at the National Assembly Legal Affairs Committee over police violence against protesters during the 2020 anti-government protests. Ivan Geshev announced that he would submit a..
MP Nikolay Hadzhigenov from “Stand up BG! We are Coming” coalition showed in Parliament a video footage containing police violence during last year’s antigovernment protests. This happened during the sitting of the Ad-hoc committee that was set up to..
Bulgaria’s Ministry of Interior is about to complete the investigation into the wiretapping of people who participated at last summer’s antigovernment protests, this country’s caretaker Minister of Interior Boyko Rashkov said in an interview for the..
Citizens gathered in front of the Council of Ministers building downtown Sofia to mark the 200th day since the beginning of the antigovernment protests in Bulgaria . The jubilee demonstration was organized by mothers of children with disabilities..
The 115 th day of antigovernment protests in Bulgaria will pass under the motto “Let’s stew Boyko”. Protesters are demanding the resignation of Bulgaria’s cabinet and this country’s Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev. The organizers of the protests..
Nearly 50 students from the Sofia University and their colleagues from other universities protested in front of the Rectorate building against the collapse of the judicial system, BNR reports. On the eve of the 100 th day of protests it..
The antigovernment protests in Bulgaria continue for the 90 th consecutive day under the motto “We are not afraid. The evening protest in Bulgaria’s capital Sofia is expected to begin shortly after 7 pm in the area between the Presidency building,..
Antigovernment protests are expected to be held in Bulgaria for the 83 rd consecutive day despite the heavy autumn rain. On the 82 nd day of antigovernment protests demonstrators demanded the resignation of Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova..