The biggest problems facing Bulgaria at the moment are rising prices (40%) and the energy crisis (19%). This is shown by the results of a sociological survey by Trend agency, conducted in the period August 15-22, commissioned by 24 Chasa Daily among..
Negotiations of the Bulgarian Socialist Party to form a government with the third exploratory mandate given by the President continue. Having already met with "We Continue the Change" and "There is Such a People" parties, today the socialists are..
Bulgarian politicians, representatives of political parties represented in Bulgaria’s Parliament, participated in a meeting organized by the US Ambassador Herro Mustafa, Horizont channel of the BNR reported. The creation of a new government with a..
Today, May 17, Sofia hosts an international conference on the topic of "Lost Trust in Political Parties in Europe", organized by the Institute for Social Integration in partnership with the European Network of Political Foundations (ENoP)...
According to sociologists, trust in the government after its first 100 days in power has marked a decline. A study by the Market Links Agency shows that GERB party has 22% of support, while the ruling party "We Continue the Change"..
If the parliamentary elections were held today, the picture of voting would probably be as follows: GERB-SDS would receive 21.4% "We Continue the Change" - 15.2% BSP - 13.4% ITN - 12.3% DB - 12.1% MRF - 11.4% IBGNI - 4.1% Vazrazhdane - 3.3%..
Slavi Trifonov's party "There is Such a People" - ITN has been increasing its electoral advantage over the GERB-SDS coalition, according to the latest Market Links poll commissioned by bTV. The study was conducted in the period July 21-28. In..
President Rumen Radev: "I voted for a country that belongs to the public interest". Bulgaria’s head of state voiced hopes that the parties would take a responsible and constructive approach, in order to meet..
The election day on which Bulgarian citizens are voting for members of the 46 th National Assembly, started at 7 AM and will continue until 8 PM Bulgarian time. 15 parties and 8 coalitions are vying for seats in the parliament of Bulgaria...
We are witnessing the end of a less active political campaign for parliamentary elections. The reasons for this may be seen both in the early nature of the vote in the holiday season and also in the considerable funds spent by the..