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Cypriot model may replace Katseli law

The banks and the Finance Ministry are examining alternative solutions for the protection of debtors' main residences after the provisions of the so-called Katseli law expire at the end of this year.

Bulgarian Anti-corruption Commission Seeks to Seize Property of Former Minister of Economy

The Anti-Corruption Commission has requested the court to seize the property of Traicho Traikov, former Minister of Economy. The Commissione found that the he could not prove the origin of property at the value of BGN 2,372,004, reports BNT. 

Sofia City Court seeks seizure to the state, the Commission told BNT on 16th of November.

Tourism Minister: Bulgaria and Greece Partner in Joint Projects to Attract Tourists from Distant Markets to the Balkans

 The partnership in tourism between Bulgaria and Greece is developing and both countries are working on joint initiatives to attract more visitors to the Balkan region, Tourism Minister Nikolina Angelkova said at a working meeting with George Tziallas, Secretary General for Tourism Policy and Development at the Ministry of Tourism in Greece, the press office of the 

Goalkeeper Petkov Becomes Bulgaria's Oldest Player in Disappointing 1-1 Draw with Cyprus

Goalkeeper Georgi Petkov became the oldest player to represent Bulgaria after starting their Nations League match against Cyprus on Friday.

Petkov, aged 42 years, eight months and two days, also became the oldest European keeper to play in an international match.

 

Born in 1976, Slavia Sofia's Petkov last played for Bulgaria in a friendly against Switzerland in 2009.

Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister Valeri Simeonov Resigned

Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister Valeri Simeonov has submitted his resignation to Prime Minister Boyko Borissov. He announced his decision to withdraw from office at an extraordinary press conference at the Council of Ministers on Friday evening, 16th of November, reports BNT. 

Three-day Protest Began with Demands for Resignation of the Bulgarian Government

A three-day protest under the title "Occupation" with demands for resignation of the government started at 11:00 on 16th of November outside the building of Parliament, reports BNT. 

The protest is organised in the social media networks and is declared as dissatisfaction of Bulgarians in the country and abroad. The protest will continue in the next two days.