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The Parliament speaker and his deputies convened for a second day on Friday in an ongoing bid to appoint the country's new judicial leadership.
The choice of Supreme Court President is to be made from six current vice presidents: Angeliki Aliferopoulou, Giorgos Lekkas, Pinelope Zontanou, Iosif Tsalaganidis, Irini Kalou and Dimitra Kokotini.
More than 70% of people who took part in an academic survey on the profile of Bulgarians do not believe that the waste collected in separate collection containers is recycled. This is a study, which the journalist Dimitar Sabev does for a dissertation together with the UNWE. The results are working and preliminary and their statistical processing will be more detailed.
Austria's leading telecom A1, which owns the mobile operator of the same name in Bulgaria, has announced that it has allowed its customers to pay with cryptocurrency in a pilot project aimed at testing the popularity of virtual payments, BNR reported.
Customers can pay with bitcoin, litecoins, dash and other cryptocurrencies in certain stores in the country, the company said.
250 acres of oak forest and pastures burned yesterday near Vetren. The fire started from the old landfill of the city, which, according to the district government, should be safe. Throughout the night, firefighting teams from Pazardzhik and Belovo, as well as forestry officials, kepт a sharp eye on the flames. At the moment the fire is localized, but the smoke is settling over Vetren