If the price for bringing down GERB and turning the country into a modern and European one is for us to step into the muddy swamp of politics, we will probably pay it. This was said to the Free Europe website by one of the leaders of the..
Citizens protesting against corruption and the government in Bulgaria are coming out tonight for the 94th day of protest with unchanged demands for the resignation of the government and the chief prosecutor. On October 16 they will demonstrate for..
The systematic violation of the law and the public interest by the Prosecutor General, in an effort to protect the government and certain oligarchs at all costs and to attack those who are inconvenient, undermines the rule of law in the country, said..
Slogans like "Resignation", "Mafia" and "Mafia out" were heard last night in front of the Sofia Municipality building, and eggs flew towards its facade. On the 79th day of the anti-government protests in Bulgaria, the name of Sofia Mayor Yordanka..
Protesters against the government have gathered for the 79th evening in Sofia at the usual place and at the usual time, in the so-called "Triangle of Power" between the buildings of the government, the parliament and the presidency, BNR reported...
For the 77 th time last night protesters demanding the resignation of the government and of the prosecutor general gathered in the space between the buildings of the Presidency, the Council of Ministers and the National Assembly. As always,..
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..
Manipulation of the elections and redistribution of portions in power are behind the changes in the Electoral Code, said Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev after attending the festive liturgy on the occasion of Sofia Day . This is the reason why he..
“A resignation at this time involves risks for the economic situation in the country which is going to deteriorate. There are no guarantees that after elections a government will be formed quickly, or that a government will be formed at all,” said..
The 66 th day of civil discontent in Bulgaria demanding the resignation of the government of PM Boyko Borissov and Chief Prosecutor Ivan Geshev continues with a protest scheduled for 7 pm tonight at Independence Square in the capital Sofia. It..