Latest News from Bulgaria

Bulgaria and Moldova Head for Polls on July 11, What Similarities Two States Share?

On July 11, in Europe, the citizens of two states will elect their Parliaments. Bulgaria, an EU member state, will repeatedly mobilize to elect its Legislative after three failed rounds since the last elections in April on the appointment of a Government by the newly elected Parliament.

Exposed: Bulgarian Health Ministry Caught in Major Violations

"At this point the inspections of the previous management of the Ministry of Health found numerous violations and flagrant cases of one-person decision-making for the conclusion of multimillion-dollar contracts by Deputy Minister Zheni Nacheva." This was announced by caretaker Deputy Minister of Health Dimitar Petrov in the studio of "Bulgaria in the Morning".

World Is Transforming Bulgaria Lags behind – Economic Expert

For a long time, the topic of economics and economic development of Bulgaria was not a priority of the governments, said in an interview with BNR Georgi Naydenov, Master of International Economic Relations.

Bulgaria: Additional 800 Voting Machines Expected from Taiwan

More than 700 polling stations will be equipped with more than one voting machine for the early general elections on July 11, Rositsa Mateva, Deputy Chairperson and Spokesperson for the Central Election Commission, said in an interview for bTV.

Wizz Air Announces New Seasonal Base in Burgas

Wizz Air, the fastest growing airline in Europe and the leading carrier in Bulgaria, celebrated the opening of its first base in Burgas and third in the country. The base will be seasonal, with the airline basing one Airbus A320 aircraft at Burgas airport between June and September 2021.

Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 42 Newly Infected, 2 Fatalities

In the past 24 hours, 42 new cases of coronavirus infection have been registered in the country, data from the Single Information Portal show.

During the day 3,470 diagnostic tests were made - 858 PCR and 2,612 antigen. Just over 1.2% tested positive.

As of June 14, there are 12,941 active cases.

COVID-19 in Bulgaria: 81 new cases

The newly confirmed cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria over the past 24 hours are 81 from 8,339 tests, the daily report on the National Information Portal shows on June 13.

31 were confirmed from PCR and 50 from rapid antigen tests.

The total lab-confirmed positive cases in the country since the start of the epidemic are 420,294.

The active cases are 12,994.

Bulgaria: Election Campaign for Snap Parliamentary Elections on July 11, Has Started

The official campaign for the early parliamentary elections in Bulgaria began on June 11. The campaign will run until 24:00 hrs on July 9.

Bulgarians will be going to the polls on July 11, 2021 after the three biggest political powers elected in the April 4 regular parliamentary elections failed to form a government.

Covid-19 in Bulgaria: 123 New Cases

The newly confirmed cases of coronavirus in Bulgaria over the past 24 hours are 123 from 13, 361 tests, the daily report on the National Information Portal shows on June 12.

50 were confirmed from PCR and 73 from rapid antigen tests.

The total lab-confirmed positive cases in the country since the start of the epidemic are 420,213.

The active cases are 12,952.

Bulgaria: More Details from Laura Kovesi Press Conference

We need experienced, courageous and active prosecutors, said European Chief Prosecutor Laura Kovesi at a press conference in Sofia on Friday. "I came to Sofia to meet the four European delegated prosecutors, we have in the EPPO office here, to see if they needed support in their work.

Bulgarian MEP Radan Kanev: Mobile Workers’ Rights Are Underprotected

A key right of European citizens is to work in each Member State, but the right of small businesses to work across borders and offer their services in the EU must be seen as something positive, not as a brain candy for sly political populists trying to present them in a negative light," said Democratic Bulgaria MEP Radan Kanev at an online briefing on the EP resolution on labour mobility in the

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