Anti-government protests in the centre of the capital Sofia have started for the 72nd evening, as citizens are demanding the resignations of the prime minister, the chief prosecutor and the speaker of parliament , BNR reports. The former chairman of..
In an article published in the Politico , former US ambassador to Bulgaria James Pardew writes that "Boyko Borissov, the populist leader of Bulgaria, is facing a popular revolt that will not go away". According to the author of the publication,..
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...
" The aftermath of Day 56 of mass protests in Bulgaria demanding the resignations of the government of Boyko Borissov and General Prosecutor Ivan Geshev is rather gruesome ", The Brussels Times writes in an extensive analysis . The edition recalls..
A lawsuit has been filed in the Sofia District Court against the Speaker of the National Assembly Tsveta Karayancheva because of her words that "oligarchs abroad finance the anti-government protests and their organizers" , lawyer Nikolai Hadjigenov..
The 67 th consecutive protest is planned for tonight in the centre of Sofia demanding the resignation of the government, with Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, and of Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev. The organizers are expected to announce t he..
Every citizen has the right to express their opinion peacefully and freely, Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova said, as quoted by the BNR's Evelina Stoyanova. "As Mayor of Sofia I have always guaranteed people's right to express their opinion peacefully..
Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said he respected the protesters, but added there were also provocateurs at the protests. "It is indisputable that these provocateurs who threw firecrackers (at the large-scale protest on September 2) were paid. A..
On the 65 th day of the anti-government protests demanding the resignation of the government and the prosecutor general, the motto once again is “We are not afraid”. Tonight’s protest is scheduled for 7 PM but more people are expected to..
In the beginning of October, the European Parliament will hold a debate in plenary on the rule of law in Bulgaria , MEP Elena Yoncheva told BTV. In her words, such debates are held for countries that are in a critical situation . “The European..