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VMRO-DPMNE Stages Protest in Skopje, Demand Resignation of Premier Zaev

VMRO-DPMNE Stages Protest in Skopje, Demand Resignation of Premier Zaev

VMRO - DPNE (The Internal Macedonian Revolutionary Organization - Democratic Party for Macedonian National Unity) organized a protest rally in Skopje which demanded resignation of Prime Minister Zoran Zaev, Nova TV reported.  

North Macedonia PM’s Remarks About History Hit a Nerve

An interview that North Macedonia's Prime Minister Zoran Zaev gave Bulgarian news agency BGNES, published on Wedensday - in which he suggested that Bulgaria had not been occupying force in today's North Macedonia during World War II, has hit raw nerve in his own country.

UК Government Writes To Brits Living In Europe To Prepare For The End of Transition Period

  • One of the largest UK Government direct mail campaigns to UK Nationals living in EU and EFTA member states, with 365,000 customers on Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) database contacted.
  • UK Nationals resident before 31 December can continue living and working in Bulgaria but need to register or apply for residency.

COVID-19 in Bulgaria: Microbiologist - New Restrictive Measures Will Not Limit the Pandemic

 The proposed tightening of measures will not limit the COVID-19 pandemic in Bulgaria, said Assoc. Prof. Andrey Chorbanov from the Institute of Microbiology of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences today.

According to him, many European countries have already introduced a full "lockdown" and yet their indicators have not changed dramatically.

Prof. Rumen Gechev: BSP Proposes Alternative Budget Based on Progressive Income Tax

 

"There is no way for the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) to vote for a budget that would sink the Bulgarian economy," This is what Prof. Rumen Gechev, floor leader of „BSP for Bulgaria" told the Bulgarian National Radio.

Prof. Gechev noted that a huge part of the Bulgarian citizens and firms are not protected.

Venice Commission Insists on Limiting Authorities of Bulgaria’s Prosecutor General

 

Bulgaria's ruling GERB party was called upon by the Venice Commission to remove the untouchability of the prosecutor general after its members carried out a quick review of the draft "new constitution" of the government. This is the fourth consecutive analysis of the Bulgarian law carried out by the authoritative international commission, which leads up to such a call.

Turkey in touch with 92 countries to restart flights, says minister

Turkey has completed discussions with 92 countries for resumption of flights, the country's transportation and infrastructure minister said on Aug. 14.  

Turkey continues to operate scheduled and non-scheduled flights with 48 countries as of Aug. 13, Adil Karaismailoğlu said in a press release.

Breaking News: Bulgaria's PM Borissov Calls for Convening Grand National Assembly and Changes to the Constitution, Plans to Resign Afterwards

GERB proposes a new structure of the judiciary and a reduction in the number of deputies

Prime Minister Boyko Borissov proposes convening a Grand National Assembly and amending the Constitution. This is stated in his official statement.

Here is the full wording of the statement:

I appeal to all Bulgarian citizens.

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