Government of Bulgaria

Bulgarian Prime Minister Vows Comprehensive Border Renovations Amidst Protests

Funds will be sought for the repair of the road near Galabovo, part of the international road Ruse - Svilengrad, where there are roadblocks and protests for the second day. This was highlighted by the Bulgarian caretaker prime minister during today's Council of Ministers meeting.

Bulgaria Initiates Acquisition Process for Dimitar Talev's Damaged House in North Macedonia

During their operational meeting, ministers from Prime Minister Dimitar Glavchev's office unanimously supported the government's initiative to purchase Dimitar Talev's ancestral home in Prilep, North Macedonia. The Minister of Culture, Nayden Todorov, was tasked with promptly investigating the feasibility of the acquisition.

PM Dimitar Glavchev Ordered the Cancellation of the Council of Ministers' decision to Establish the Private Multiprofile Hospital in Sofia

Caretaker Prime Minister Dimitar Glavchev ordered the cancellation of the Council of Ministers' decision to establish the private Mom and Me Multiprofile Hospital for Active Treatment in Sofia, the government press service said on Saturday.

Accountability will be sought from the people who submitted the decision for consideration by the Council of Ministers, the order also reads.

Acting PM Glavchev Declines Meeting with Radev, Proposes Himself as Foreign Minister

Acting Prime Minister Dimitar Glavchev has declined a scheduled meeting with President Rumen Radev, citing a proposal for him to also take on the role of Foreign Minister in addition to his prime ministerial duties. This decision comes amidst ongoing discussions regarding potential ministerial changes within the Bulgarian government.

Bulgarian Political Crisis Deepens: Resigned PM Denkov Urges Negotiation Amidst Deadlock

The political turmoil in Bulgaria escalates as resigned Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov continues to advocate for dialogue amidst a deadlock in government formation. Speaking from Brussels, Denkov emphasized the imperative of sitting down at the negotiating table to explore avenues for resolution.

Denkov Rejects GERB's Proposed Council of Ministers Composition, Negotiations Ongoing

Negotiations between GERB and "We Continue the Change-Democratic Bulgaria" (WCC-DB) hit a snag as the proposed draft composition of the Council of Ministers by GERB was deemed unacceptable by WCC-DB. Resigned Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov made this announcement upon leaving the presidency, where President Rumen Radev handed the first mandate to form a government to GERB.

Bulgarian President Prepares to Hand Over Mandate on Friday Amidst Political Negotiations

President Rumen Radev is poised to issue a mandate for cabinet formation to an individual designated by GERB, the largest parliamentary group, on March 15th. This decision comes against the backdrop of Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov's resignation on March 5th, which initiated the process of government rotation.

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