The temporary parliamentary committee investigating the use of special surveillance equipment during the Anti-Government Protests on July 10 and September 2, 2020 will request information from the security services. The deputy chairman of the..
Representatives of the protesting medical professionals from the Pirogov Emergency Hospital in Sofia met with the Minister of Health, Dr. Stoycho Katsarov, in an attempt to find a way out of the tension over the removal of Professor Asen Baltov from..
The protest of Medics from Pirogov Hospital for Emergency Medicine against the dismissal of the hospital’s former director Professor Assen Baltov continues. The medics demanded the resignation of this country’s caretaker Minister of Health Stoycho..
Protesters have put up tents in front of the Sofia Court House. They say they would not leave until the resignation of Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev. Speaking to the Horizont program of the BNR, Boryana Dimitrova, a member of the Judicial..
Bulgaria’s Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev invited this country’s caretaker Deputy Primier and Minister of Interior Boyko Rashkov to a working meeting. Earlier, the caretaker government accused the P rosecutor's O ffice of..
Police violence during the anti-government protests last summer is among the reasons behind the dismissal of the Chief Secretary of Bulgaria’s Interior Ministry, Chief Commissioner Ivaylo Ivanov, reads a statement on the Council of Ministers'..
The migrant-smuggling business in the Western Balkans worth millions of Euros The Covid-19 pandemic does not affect migrant business in the Western Balkans. The market for smuggling migrants in this part of the continent is worth at..
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..
“ Media freedom and freedom of association further deteriorated as authorities targeted journalists and critics and cracked down on anti-government protests,” Amnesty International writes in the Bulgaria profile of its 2020/21 report on the state..
Political analysts describe the election campaign in Bulgaria as sluggish and boring. The parties and coalitions are running an election campaign, as if there were no protests in Bulgaria and no problems exist in this country, said in an..