The (very) strange Bulgarian housing market, a not so strange election and a bag of coke
Following an 11-hour session, Parliament approved various new expenditures, focusing on salary hikes.
The week: The captured state unravels, Mariya Gabriel gets a bad deal, while arms producers had a very good year
The country didn’t break. It was already broken
Kiril Petkov’s government suddenly collapses when it delves into the issue of a shady business operating on the border with Turkey for over a decade.
The Donev cabinet’s first moves seem designed to overturn the legacy of the reformist Petkov gov’t - but the reasons might be more prosaic than Russian meddling
A new bill allows photovoltaic installations up to 5 megawatts for one’s own use
The week: The private border of Bulgaria and the EU, are we still on track for the euro and a stellar year for banks (so far)
K Insights 03/06: what happened with the refugees
Sofia hopes for the best - and not much more - in NATO-Russia clash, Telenor turns into Yettel and changes coming to the Energy regulator
The sector as a whole performs well, but the champion is sunflower oil production
Users of the large news website complain about possible troll attack on the eve of July poll
The week: Bulgaria's pirate bay, a teenager investigates a minister, Trifonov breaks silence ...to say nothing
K Insights 18/06: Zaev comes and goes, exports keep on rising