The inclusion of Bulgarians in the Basic Law faces a plethora of obstacles
Alexey Petrov - founder of Lev Ins, which insured the reconstruction of Camp Nou, was a visible remnant of the 90s and a key figure in business and politics
A1 and Yettel have alerted the European regulators about "excessive concentration" of market share and power in the hands of their competitor
Laundering Borissov, purging the secret services, coordinating with embassies: What froze cabinet talks?
A leaked discussion of WCC’s National Council has jeopardized government negotiations with GERB
The biggest difference between the two countries is the degree of success in their fight against corruption
K Insights Weekly Newsletter 17/02
More parties and new coalitions promise to enter the next contest, which looks set for 2 April
With prospects for a coalition in the current parliament looking slim, the country is likely heading towards more inconclusive elections, lower turnout and diminishing public trust in the political process
Trains, cities, and Elon Musk in the Northwest
The decisive month for Bulgaria, how we lost tens of millions on a highway, and whom did Stoichkov meet?
Bulgaria inches towards becoming the only continental country outside the free travel zone, but there is still a chance for a last-minute realignment
Michiel Van Driessche, Felixx Landscape Architects: Sofia can remove the cars around Alexander Nevsky square
The next step will then be to rethink the traffic system, he says in an interview for Capital Weekly