Politics of Bulgaria

Bulgarian Farmers Call Off Protests After Government Agreement

Farmers across Bulgaria have decided to end their protest actions following fruitful negotiations with government officials. The National Grain Producers Association Chair, Iliya Prodanov, announced the decision after a meeting with Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov and Agriculture and Food Minister Kiril Vatev.

Cabinet Changes in Bulgaria: Anticipation and Skepticism Among Citizens

In a recent representative study conducted by "Trend" and commissioned by "24 Chasa", 56% of Bulgarians shared their belief that the impending cabinet changes in March would not bring about significant alterations to the government's functioning. The findings offer a glimpse into public sentiment a month ahead of the anticipated rotation of prime ministers.

What Changes Does The Finance Minister Forsee Amid Rotation in March

In a press briefing on Tuesday, Bulgaria's Finance Minister Assen Vassilev shared insights into the upcoming Cabinet rotation, expressing expectations of limited changes. Vassilev indicated that discussions between Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov and Deputy Prime Minister Mariya Gabriel are underway, with the process involving proposals for potential modifications to the Cabinet.

Bulgarian President Demands Authentic Political Alternative Amid Corruption

Bulgarians are yearning for a bona fide political alternative to counteract the cycle of mutual whitewashing and leniency toward corruption scandals, aiming to restore normalcy and rekindle the European perspective for Bulgaria, stated President Rumen Radev during his visit to the Institute for Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, and Technology INSAIT at Sofia University.

Bulgarian Cabinet Reshuffle: New Government Line-up Expected on March 6

Bulgaria is poised for a change in its government composition as Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov announced that the complete cabinet, featuring the names of all ministers, will be unveiled on March 6. This revelation comes as the current government prepares to resign, setting the stage for a parliamentary vote on the new cabinet.

Bulgarian PM Denkov: March 6 Deadline for Cabinet Resignation

In a statement made at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov emphasized that the current Bulgarian Cabinet must resign by March 6 at the latest. The move is a crucial step to facilitate the government rotation, with Deputy Prime Minister Mariya Gabriel set to assume office promptly.

PM Denkov's Insights: Bulgaria's Government Rotation, Defence Focus, and Misinformation Challenges

Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov shared insights on various key topics during a press briefing in Sofia on Monday. The discussions covered the upcoming government rotation, Bulgaria's defence priorities, and challenges posed by misinformation.

Government Rotation

PM Denkov Discussed March Cabinet Rotation: Changes Only Where Necessary

Bulgarian Prime Minister Nikolai Denkov has underscored that ministerial replacements during the upcoming March rotation will be considered only in cases of significant necessity. Denkov clarified that discussions about the rotation will commence with Deputy Prime Minister Mariya Gabriel, and both will establish the guiding principles for the process.

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