Bulgaria: Members of the Prosecutor's Collegium suggest the Removal of Ivan Geshev
Six of the members of the prosecutor's collegium of the Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) propose the early release of the chief prosecutor Ivan Geshev due to a serious breach of official duties. This is stated in a message of the collegium uploaded on the website of the council.
The Ambassadors of Russia and Belarus will Not Receive Invitations to the Opening of the 48th Bulgarian Parliament
The ambassador of Russia and Eleonora Mitrofanova and the temporarily acting ambassador of the embassy of Belarus in Bulgaria Nikita Leshukov will not receive invitations to the opening of the 48th National Assembly.
This was announced by Nadezhda Yordanova from "Democratic Bulgaria" after a meeting of the parliamentary parties in the parliament.
Bulgaria: Which Parties Registered for the Autumn Elections
High political ambitions were stated before the early elections. On the penultimate day of registration in the Central Election Committee, the parties submitted requests for a majority in the format of a triple coalition. Proposals for solving the crises in the country were also heard.
Bulgaria: Ivan Geshev remains Prosecutor General with only 2 Votes "In Favor" of his Removal
The Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) refused to prematurely terminate the mandate of the Prosecutor General. Only two of the members of the Supreme Court - Atanaska Disheva and Olga Kerelska - were "in favor" of the removal of Ivan Geshev, all the other 16 voted "against" and so he remains in his post. The Prosecutor General did not participate in the vote.
Bulgaria: The Judicial Reform will Sink if the Cabinet Collapses
Judicial reform, a topic created by the ruling coalition half a year ago, is likely to be the biggest victim of its collapse. It (despite public arguments) is one of the reasons for the most serious shock in power.
Bulgaria Govt Moves Towards Removing Controversial Chief Prosecutor
The Bulgarian Constitutional Court's decision to allow the justice minister to request the dismissal of Chief Prosecutor Ivan Geshev came into force on Tuesday - a step forward for the government's aim of removing the man it sees as an obstacle to the reform of the justice system and the implementation of anti-corruption measures.
Bulgarian Politics: What are the names of Potential Ministers in the Future Cabinet?
Bulgaria is waiting to officially find out the names of the candidate ministers in the draft cabinet. So far, it is clear that Kiril Petkov will be nominated for prime minister, and that there will be four deputy prime ministers in the future cabinet.
Here is a list of other names associated with the new government:
Minister of Finance - Asen Vassilev
Bulgarian Minister Discusses Judicial Reform with Senior Officials of CoE, ECHR
Bulgaria's Justice Minister Hristo Ivanov and Thorbjørn Jagland, Secretary General of the Council of Europe (CoE), have discussed Bulgaria's judicial reform strategy and the independence of the judiciary in the country.
Ivanov is on a two-day working visit to Strasbourg on March 16-17.