During the presentation in Boyana Residence of the National Strategic Document developed by the Strategic Council with the head of state, Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev blamed the crisis in the country on the 10 years of authoritarian rule...
Today we have a meeting of the coalition council. We have been democratically elected. But when society is divided, those in power can take a step backwards, Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister Tomislav Donchev told Nova TV. "There is no easy option..
Anti-government protests in Bulgaria continue for the 29th consecutive day. Three key intersections in Sofia remain blocked because of the tent camps with several tents inhabited by a dozen protesters, BNR reports . The blockades create transport..
Participants in the 28th evening anti-government protest are already gathering in Sofia. Today, at a national conference of the ruling GERB party, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov announced that he was ready to resign, but he disagreed with early..
Anti-government protests in Bulgaria continue for the 27th day. In Sofia, three key intersections remain blocked - at Eagle's Bridge, at Sofia University and the junction next to the presidency building. Five of the protesters have started a hunger..
The resignation of the government is not needed at this moment, but a dialogue is needed in the society and among the political parties in order to take measures so that Bulgaria could get out of the difficult situation. Such an opinion was expressed..
For the 19th consecutive evening, anti-government protests continue in Sofia and some of the big cities in the country. A group of young people from Pleven, who came to the evening protest in the capital, told the BNR that the social and economic..
There are two ways out of the political crisis in Bulgaria, said in an interview for the Bulgarian National Radio's Horizont channel Rosen Plevneliev, president of Bulgaria in the period 2012-2017. The bad scenario is for Prime Minister Boyko..
The motion of no-confidence against the cabinet submitted by the Bulgarian Socialist Party was recently rejected by this country’s National Assembly. However, protesters remain in the streets and continue to demand the resignation of Bulgaria’s..
Anti-government protests continue for the 14th consecutive day in the centre of Sofia between the buildings of the Co uncil of Ministers and the Presidency. At the moment the situation is calm. Protest marches have been organized in other cities as..