The interim government’s success in rooting out corruption turned its ministers into national heroes. Now two of the top technocrats are running for parliament.
Yanev will remain in the PM position until the November general election after his ministers’ efforts to root out high-level corruption made it the most popular cabinet in decades.
The global pipeline of proposed coal power plants has collapsed by 76% since the Paris Agreement in 2015, bringing the end of new coal power construction into sight, new research by green think-tank E3G finds.
Finland’s Betolar is pioneering the production of low-carbon cement by using alternative industrial waste products in a process that could reduce CO2 emissions by up to 80%.
Shakeout in the polls ahead of Bulgaria’s third general election of 2021 sees ITN’s support slump, while Democratic Bulgaria’s popularity rises.
Targeted EU fiscal rule reform is desirable but should consider the inherent risks for smaller member states.
Hackers have targeted the website of the 2021 census since it was launched, and the National Statistics Office said it was prepared for the attacks on the first day of census taking.
Ivan Ranchev, 41, was killed on the spot by a bolt of lightning shortly after a friendly match against the team from a nearby village started.
Socialists in last ditch talks to form a government after receiving mandate from President Radev but election most likely outcome.
DataArt to consider cites of Plovdiv and Varna for Bulgarian expansion depending on availability of software engineers.
Iva Miteva was proposed for prime minster by two of the smaller parties in parliament in an attempt to form a government and head off another snap election.
After Gerb declined to propose a government, President Rumen Radev now has to decide which party will get the third and final mandate before Bulgaria heads to a new snap election.
New wave of the pandemic spreads in region where vaccination rates are low in many countries.
Parliament committee released video showing use of excessive force and brutal beating of chained protesters after prosecutors failed to act.
President and interim PM call for urgent budget revision as Bulgaria enters new wave of pandemic.
After two snap parliamentary elections this year, Bulgarian political parties have failed to form a new government, leaving discussions with Skopje in limbo.
TV host turned politician Slavi Trifonov accused Bulgaria's anti-establishment parties of treason and hypocrisy after their refusal to back his nomination for prime minister.
The chances of either Slavi Trifonov’s ITN or any other party forming a government after the July 11 snap election are slim.
Hadzhigenov says committee already has the names of 140 illegally wiretapped persons, some of which were ordered by the chief prosecutor.
There Are Such People refuses to sign pledge to undertake specific reforms and proposes 'take it or leave it' cabinet lineup.