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Bulgarian Tobacco Growers to Receive Their Money by End of April
Bulgaria's tobacco growers will receive their money for the 2013 harvest by the end of April, the government has promised.
Bulgarian MPs Pass Consumer Credit Act Amendments
Banks will no longer charge fees for the utilization and management of consumer loans, after Bulgarian lawmakers adopted on second reading amendments to the Consumer Credit Act.
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Bulgarian Parliament Appoints New Election Commission Deputy
Bulgaria's Central Electoral Commission is to have a new Deputy Chair, short after its top members were appointed by Parliament.
Margariza Zlatareva, who was the center-right opposition GERB's candidate, has been declared deputy chief by Bulgarian lawmakers with the approval of MPs from GERB and ethnic Turkish Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS).
Meglena Kuneva Heads Reformist Bloc's EU Elections List
Meglena Kuneva, former Bulgarian Minister and MEP, will top the Reformist Bloc's list at the European Elections.
Bulgaria's New Electoral Commission Holds 1st Sitting
Bulgaria's Central Electoral Commission (CEC) will hold its first sitting at 1.30 pm on Friday.
At 12 noon, the new panel of the CEC will be presented to the media and NGOs, according to reports of the Bulgarian National Radio (BNR).
Bulgarian Socialist Leader ‘Lost Files’ Trial Begins
The trial against Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) leader and former Prime Minister, Sergey Stanishev, in the "lost files" case begins on Tuesday.
The legal investigation against Stanishev stemmed from the case where he was charged with losing 7 classified documents containing information constituting a state secret, while in office as Prime Minister (2005-2009).
Bulgaria's Film Industry Demands BGN 6.2 M Budget Increase
Bulgaria's film community has issued a declaration calling for an immediate increase by BGN 6 220 000 of the state aid for the film industry.
According to local filmmakers, the increase in the budget for the sector will make it possible for Bulgarian cinema to achieve sustainable development and to contribute to the country's economic growth.
Bulgaria Opposes Immediate EU Sanctions on Russia
The Bulgarian foreign minister, Kristian Vigenin, has been instructed by his ruling Socialist party “not to haste with harsh measures” against Russia following the Crimea referendum, as EU ministers gather in Brussels in an attempt to impose sanctions on Moscow.
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Bulgarian Socialists Deem Ex-President ‘Self-Expelled’ from Party
The Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) is set to announce the "self-expulsion" of former Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov.
At its upcoming National Council on Friday, Bulgaria's ruling party will also declare the resignation of key BSP members who earlier joined Parvanov's splinter movement called Alternative for Bulgarian Renaissance (ABV), Dnevnik.bg has learned.
exPM Complains of Political Repression in Bulgaria to EC VicePresident
Boyko Borisov, leader of center-right party GERB and former Bulgarian Prime Minister, has complained of rampant political repression to EC Vice-President Viviane Reding.