President Rumen Radev said that the natural way out of the current situation for the government was its resignation and no political schemes or machinations would be able to save. "Bulgarians are out in the street and no cabinet reshuffles will be able to restore the trust in it", the Bulgarian head of state said in Plovdiv earlier today. " Bulgaria's prosecutor general Ivan Geshev missed many opportunities to expose huge acts of misconduct on the part of the.. See more
Protests demanding the resignations of Bulgaria's government and prosecutor general continue in Sofia for 8th day in a row under the slogan "Let's Defend Democracy - Day 8". Posts in social networks called for turning today's protest into the largest until now. A protest is also taking place in front of the Bulgarian National Television building in central Sofia, demanding the resignation of the TV's director general Emil Koshlukov. Anti-government.. See more
A week ago, a series of events unleashed mass discontent among Bulgarians. Coincidentally or not, the attempt of the leader of "Yes, Bulgaria" party, Hristo Ivanov, to reach the beach near the oil port of "Rosenets" and his fight with representatives of the National Security Service, guarding the residence of the honorary chairman of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms, Ahmed Dogan, raised topical issues. The reaction of President Rumen Radev regarding.. See more
As of July 16, all persons arriving from the following third countries can enter Bulgaria without a mandatory 14-day quarantine and without a PCR test:..
Thirty-three-year-old Bulgarian wrestler Nikolay Shterev who is a former member of Bulgaria’s National Wrestling Team has lost the battle against..
233 new cases of Covid-19 have been reported in Bulgaria in the past 24 hours out of 5,393 PCR tests performed. The total number of Covid-19 cases since..