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Bulgaria’s “Gallup International”: Current President Radev with 51.6%, GERB first, BSP second

If the vote for president and vice president was last Sunday, Rumen Radev would have been elected by 51.2% of voters, GERB's Anastas Gerdjikov - 22.5%, DPS's Mustafa Karadayi - 7.9%, and DB's Lozan Panov - 6.2%.

Pandora Papers: New Leak Exposes Balkan PEPs’ Hidden Riches

Following on from the Panama Papers and FinCEN files, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists obtained nearly 12 million files from 14 service providers - bankers, lawyers, accountants, and registration agents - and shared them with more than 600 journalists around the world, including BIRN.

Fake Vaccination Certificates Add to Bulgaria’s COVID-19 Woes

A protester against COVID-19 restrictions in Sofia, Bulgaria on September 8. Photo: EPA-EFE/VASSIL DONEV

"My observations are that most of the people who appear to be vaccinated but are hospitalised have managed to acquire the documentation in some way or another," respected virologist Dr Radka Argirova told Bulgarian National Television on Wednesday.

Bulgarian National Radio: Andon Baltakov Resignes as Director General

Andon Baltakov has resigned as Director General of the Bulgarian National Radio (BNR), I am stepping down from the post for deeply personal reasons and ask for restraint when the decision is analysed and commented. He announced this in a letter to the staff of the radio, BNR said on August 2.

Bulgaria Elects: Stand up! Thugs out! and Democratic Bulgaria Ready to Negotiate with ITN

The political forces represented at the 46th National Assembly held a technical meeting to discuss the agenda of the first plenary sitting convened by this country's President Radev on July 21, informs the reporter of the Bulgarian National Radio Maria Fileva. The political forces have already distributed their seats in the plenary hall, as well as the procedures for nomination of Speaker and D

Caretaker Financial Minister: Big Cash Kept by Companies May Generate Corruption

The huge cash stocks of companies are likely to fuel corruption in the country. This was commented to the Bulgarian National Radio by the Minister of Finance Asen Vassilev.

According to him, preliminary information indicates that there are such large cash stocks.