“At the moment the mafia wants to bring down the government. Gambling, smuggling, they are all in the street against us. And this gives me reason to say that they must not be given our resignation,” said PM Boyko Borissov in a social media..
The anti-government protests continue for 61 days. There are currently no blockades at intersections by protesting citizens. In Sofia, late last night, those dissatisfied with the government made a protest march under the slogan of the..
On the 56th day of civil discontent in Bulgaria, a national protest called "Grand National Uprising" is taking took place in the centre of Sofia in the space between the Council of Ministers, the Presidency and the Parliament. The demands are for the..
Deputy Minister of Justice Desislava Ahladova will replace Danail Kirilov as Minister of Justice . The draft for personal changes in the Council of Ministers has already been submitted to the parliament and will be voted by the deputies at the plenary..
Citizens protesting against Boyko Borissov's government will gather for the 51st evening downtown Sofia to voice their dissatisfaction with the status-quo. After 9 pm, they will hold their traditional procession along the central boulevards of the city..
On the 50th day of anti-government protests in the country, three key intersections in Sofia remain blocked - at Eagles' Bridge, at Sofia University and between the Presidency and the Council of Ministers . This morning, the civil movement BOEC..
On the 42nd day of anti-government protests in Bulgaria, three central Sofia intersections remain blocked - at Eagles' Bridge, in front of Sofia University and the junction between the Presidency and the Council of Ministers. Participants in the..
The protests, the resignation of the government and early elections have the support of the public even though no clear alternatives or new leaders are, as yet, to be seen. 62% of Bulgarians support the protests, and 23.7% are against them...
For the 31 st consecutive night protesters will gather in the centre of Sofia to demand the resignation of the government and the prosecutor general . Their demands also include distance and machine voting and convening a Grand National..
The government remains, and so does Prime Minister Boyko Borissov. With these words, the leader of the National Fund for the Salvation of Bulgaria (NFSB) Valeri Simeonov answered telephone inquiries from journalists after today's Council of the ruling..