The last-minute alteration of the voting rules showed that Bulgaria remains governed by a corrupt Mafia
Slapping Russia in the face, Borissov is not corrupt, Open-air teaching gets a boost
Joining the Eurozone and Schengen becomes even more important for the country to benefit from expected EU reforms
Who’s going to run the cities, is there a Recovery Plan at all, what is a Russian-born oligarch doing in Plovdiv
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 coal industry increased their production due to the higher demand in the region
A working group in the EU Council removed a controversial clause that required the strict regulation of essential oils as chemicals, but the final text of the legislation still pends approval
EC Vice-President for Digitalization Margrethe Vestager is likely to become head of the EIB this autumn
After ignoring much more serious allegations for two years, the SJC hastily dismissed Geshev on Monday evening over the term "political trash"
A conversation with the founder of the leading EU news network about the merger with Mediahuis and European regulations of the media sector
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
K Insights newsletter 26/05
It will be formed with the second mandate of Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov and will have Mariya Gabriel as his deputy. They will then swap positions after nine months.
The big winners of the vote are the Russophiles from Vazrazhdane, while for the reformist coalition the sum turns out to be less than its parts
The main factions have saved their energy and funds on campaigning in anticipation of the cornerstone autumn municipal vote