Police force gets new job classification

Ljubljana – The police has a new classification of jobs, which its leadership says adjusts the organisation of work to new security challenges, while a trade union criticises it for bringing more paperwork and introducing more managerial or well-paid jobs. It is also bothered by the National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) reporting to the criminal police head.

Ministers unveil ambitious university overhaul bill

Education Minister Niki Kerameus and Citizens' Protection Minister Michalis Chrysochoidis on Wednesday presented an ambitious bill that aims to improve the quality of tertiary education and eradicate rampant lawlessness in university campuses.

The bill introduces a minimum university entry requirement and maximum duration periods for degree programs.

Bulgaria: Road Police Warns Drivers Be Careful, Cold Spell Coming Within Days

Due to the expected cold spell in the coming days, the Road Police warns the car drivers to be careful, BNR reported.

Interior Ministry teams will watch out for breaches and cautions drivers that traffic may be difficult on some roads.

The road policing officers explained that drivers need to be careful tonight because sharp weather change is expected.

Body of Missing French National Discovered near Asenovgrad

The dead body of a man was found this morning near Asenovgrad, police source confirmed to Nova TV.

A 63-year-old man came across the body this morning while walking in the area above the Asenovgrad district of Gorni Voden and immediately alerted 112.

Currently, an investigative group from the Regional Police Directorate - Asenovgrad has been sent to the scene.

Public debate on university security proposal starts

The public debate on the government's proposals for the protection of universities from violent outsiders and the prevention of lawlessness officially begins on Tuesday with presentations to university rectors and the union of university professors (POSDEP) via teleconference by Education Minister Niki Kerameus and Citizens' Protection Minister Michalis Chrysochoidis.