Meglena Kuneva

Meglena Kuneva, Bulgarian for Citizens Movement Party leader: I and the entire management of the party are resigning

The entire party management is resigning. I, as chair of the BCM - also'', the leader of Bulgaria for Citizens Movement party (BCM) Meglena Kuneva stated during a briefing after an executive sitting of the party, according to Focus News.

Meglena Kuneva explained that the resignation was needed in order to share the responsibility of the election loss of Reformist Bloc.

Bulgaria's Ex-PM Knew About Irregularities in EU Funding on Education

Former Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has admitted to being aware of irregularities in an operational program managed by the Education Ministry back in 2016, while he was in office.

Borisov, however, has made it clear he refrained from radical action on purpose to preserve the stability of the government.

Political Turmoil Imperils Bulgaria's 2018 EU Presidency

"The Bulgarian EU presidency is a way to attract attention to the [Balkan] region," Meglena Kuneva, Bulgaria's deputy prime minister in charge of European policies said on Tuesday as she presented the logo for the country's six-month presidency of the European Council, which will start on January 1, 2018.

Bulgaria's Deputy PM Urges Parliament to Adopt Anti-Corruption Bill

Outgoing Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister Meglena Kuneva has rejected claims from several parties that Parliament should not adopt a disputed anti-corruption bill as it is "running out of time."

Kuneva, who has overseen the work of a team drafting the bill, has tied support of her Bulgarian of Citizens Movement (DBG) party for any new government to the adoption of the bill.