The week: A new coalition was born, the billions for the road cartel were halted, what the hell has gone wrong with the Bulgarian army
"We will bring you down", we have 2.5 billion reasons to do so + an MP not afraid of going back to her village
The movement feels threatened from the combined prospects of the new party challenging its place in the European liberal family and new sanctions under the Global Magnitsky Act
Can the coalition live up to its promises, DIY photovoltaics and good news for "Made in BG" cargo drones
The Week: Troubles in the Black Sea, not a nice time to be a Bulgarian neighbor, Capital sells covers on an NFT auction
The Three seas in Sofia; No date for North Macedonia, welcome to the Rhodope mountain train
When long-time leaders refuse to leave; the shortest-lived Parliament in a 100 years; tourists are welcome
K Insights 30/04: What do football and politics have in common, dubious court about to be disbanded
Entrenchment in independent watchdogs and state companies could ensure GERB and MRF remain in power even if they lose the upcoming vote
K Insights 19/02: Economy fares better than forecast, why we don't have good trains
Even though the British strain reaches the country, malls and gyms open and the vaccination schedule lags far behind
The EU faces a conundrum: either get tough on Boyko Borissov or accept his "Orban lite" model
Ivan Geshev, a self-described "boy from the city’s suburbs", will become Bulgaria’s next prosecutor general in January. His selection will have dramatic implications for the rule of law
The selection of Ivan Geshev as the next Prosecutor General will likely go unopposed, triggering seven more wasted years on the anti-corruption front and even more blatant institutional abuse of power.
Bulgaria’s presidency of the Council of the EU is likely to run well but corruption, ultra-nationalists and language used by PM Boyko Borissov could spoil it all.
Who are the people to call when trying to decipher the upcoming Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the EU