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Bulgaria’s Prosecutor General Voices Concern over New Special Prosecutor

"Tangible risks have been created for arbitrariness and violation of rights of the participants in the criminal proceedings, including the prosecutor general and his deputies under investigation," stated Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev in a written statement submitted to the Constitutional Court (CC) concerning the changes in the Criminal Procedure Code (CPC) and the Judiciary Act, which created

PM Borisov Takes One Day Leave Instead of Going for Hearing in Parliament

With a surprise leave, the newly resigned Prime Minister Borisov avoided the hearing from the new parliament.

Prime Minister Boyko Borisov continued to avoid being heard by parliament in the new National Assembly. He took leave for tomorrow, the day MPs summoned him to speak about work on the European Union's Recovery and Sustainability Plan.

Bulgaria’s President Ready to Convene National Assembly, Government Formation in Limbo

President Rumen Radev will convene the National Assembly in accordance with the term laid down in the Constitution and after the Central Election Commission (CEC) has published the names of the elected Members of the National Assembly in the State Gazette. This was reported by the press office of the head of state, quoted by Focus.