Court voids IOR Park land retrocession act

The Bucharest Court of Appeal has admitted the nullity of the retrocession of 12 hectares of the Bucharest Sector 3 IOR Park, Sector mayor Robert Negoita said on Friday in a press briefing delivered right near the respective plot. "It is a great day for all District 3 residents and, I could say, even for Bucharesters and Romania.

Prosecutor charges KINAL lawmaker with bribery in Novartis probe

Greece's top corruption prosecutor Eleni Touloupaki ordered the Athens prosecutors offie to bring bribery charges against Movement for Change (KINAL) lawmaker Andreas Loverdos, as part of the ongoing investigation into the alleged graft scandal involving Swiss drugmaker Novartis.

Parliament to vote on Nov. 25 on constitutional revision

The Parliament's Constitutional Revision Committee completed its work on Friday and lawmakers will vote on the proposed revisions of articles and sections of the Constitution on November 25.
The final vote on the articles under revision will be preceded by a five-day debate in the plenary (November 18-22).

President Rumen Radev with a Statement on the New Attorney General's Decree

While everyone was waiting for Rumen Radev's decision to sign or not to appoint Ivan Geshev as Attorney General, the Head of State preferred to make a special statement in which he will to announce his decision.

Rumen Radev's statement will be given on "Dondukov" at exactly 5.05 pm.

Bulgaria to Buy Two Minehunters from the Netherlands for EUR 1 996 000

The Council of Ministers has approved a draft contract between the Government of the Republic of Bulgaria and the Government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands for the purchase of two minehunters for the amount of EUR 1 996 000 excluding VAT, the government press service announced.