Who’s going to run the cities, is there a Recovery Plan at all, what is a Russian-born oligarch doing in Plovdiv
The newly established anti-graft institution was approved by Parliament last Thursday, but it is already signposted with red flags
Beyond its pro-Ukrainian tilt, the cabinet has so far only been noted for its appointment scandals, its dependency on MRF and the absence of promised key reforms
The documents depict secret arrangements violating public procurement procedures and obeying Russian corporate interests
The inclusion of Bulgarians in the Basic Law faces a plethora of obstacles
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Black sea is turning into a much wanted gas exploration site, but Bulgaria lacks behind Turkey and Romania
Following an 11-hour session, Parliament approved various new expenditures, focusing on salary hikes.
WCC-DB successfully involved their non-coalition partners from GERB and MRF in their bid to mend the judiciary, but the process has barely started - and can be torpedoed at any point
Build the roads, search for gas in the sea, a Ukrainian hit-list and Lukoil is in for some trouble
Angela Rodel: "The past can become dangerous when it becomes collectivized, shallow and sold back as propaganda"
The translator of the award-winning novel by Georgi Gospodinov talks linguistics, the dangers lurking in the collective past and how Bulgaria has changed in the past 20 years
The "father of the Green Deal" and Vice-President of the European Commission says that the earlier Bulgaria moves away from coal, the more successful it will be in its green transformation
The dangers of indecision