This summer’s elections come amidst a flurry of domestic revelations and international sanctions, but will likely reproduce the spring’s fractured parliament - the big question is if the scales may tip further towards change
These actions represent the largest single act of sanctions in the history of the Magnitsky Act, targeting these three individuals and their networks encompassing 64 enterprises for "significant corruption"
Journalists SLAPPed, threatened and pressured; cabinet purges "kalinki", while Left and Right gear up for elections
The troubles of being a journalist in Bulgaria, every final decision is penultimate and who are the ladybirds of the administration
The primary job of the cabinet led by ex-General Stefan Yanev will be to organize fair elections in July - but it might have a more political role than anticipated
Bulgaria joined Czechia in accusing Russian saboteurs of blowing up arms and munitions factories in the country, but has consistently tried to hide the truth over the past decade
After "There is such a people" returned the mandate to form a cabinet on Wednesday, a fresh poll in July seems imminent
Russia is back, Parliament is stuck, universities and politics don't mix well, and Sofia Airport is now private
K Insights 23/04: Some problems in the budget and a hope for sunshine in North Macedonia
Vladislav Panev, co-chair of the Green Movement that now has its first four MPs, talks Bulgarian oligarchs, the EU Green Recovery plan and their priorities during a probable short-lived Parliament
Why does it matter and what does it mean for the pandemic response in Bulgaria?
The refusal of those in power to talk to the media risks further eroding what little public trust both still enjoy
Who is Slavi Trifonov, the new kingmaker in Bulgarian politics, and what does his rise portend?
K Insights 09/04 : An earthquake in Bulgarian politics, the economy fares surprisingly well and a Wolf to beware of