Prime Ministers of Bulgaria

Breaking News: Bulgaria's PM Borissov Calls for Convening Grand National Assembly and Changes to the Constitution, Plans to Resign Afterwards

GERB proposes a new structure of the judiciary and a reduction in the number of deputies

Prime Minister Boyko Borissov proposes convening a Grand National Assembly and amending the Constitution. This is stated in his official statement.

Here is the full wording of the statement:

I appeal to all Bulgarian citizens.

Lawyer Sent a Signal to the State Agency for Child Protection Against Prime Minister Borissov

Lawyer Elena Guncheva sent an open signal to the State Agency for Child Protection against Prime Minister Boyko Borissov. The reason is the photo published a few days ago in the official profile of the Prime Minister, in which he poses with his two grandchildren.

PM Boyko Borissov: Hemus Highway Should be Ready in 2024

The deadline for the completion of the Hemus highway, which is to connect Sofia and Varna, will be met. This is what Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said in Varna. According to him, the coronavirus crisis would not affect construction activities and the key highway for northern Bulgaria should be ready in 2024.

Former Minister of Transport and Deputy Mayor of Sofia Wilhelm Kraus has Passed Away

"We announce with endless sorrow that after a short illness on Friday, Wilhelm Kraus - our husband, father and grandfather - has left us!", The family of the former minister from the recent past announced today. He died after a short illness.

New Deputy Minister of Environment and Water of Bulgaria is Slaveya Stoyanova

According to an order by Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, Slaveya Stoyanova has been appointed Deputy Minister of Environment and Water. She has taken the position of Krassimir Zhivkov, who was released due to the affair with the imported waste from Italy.

For the First Time: Bulgaria's Prime Minister and President with Equal Public Support

For the first time since taking office, Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev has the same level of trust as Prime Minister Borissov. President Rumen Radev and Prime Minister Boyko Borissov have the support of 40% of people in a representative poll conducted by Alpha Research Agency. 

Bulgaria's Minister of Labor and Social Policy: BGN 375 for Each Parent on Forced Unpaid Leave

BGN 375 will be given to parents on unpaid leave who look after their children and don't have paid leave or are single parents. This was announced by the Minister of Labor and Social Policy Denitsa Sacheva at a briefing. More than 55,000 people / families are covered by the measure for parents on unpaid leave or single parents, added Prime Minister Boyko Borisov.

The President Called on the Institutions to Keep Discipline via Good Organization, Clear Instructions and Actions in Compliance with Law

Rumen Radev insisted that protective equipment should be ensured for all healthcare staff and rampant speculation at the expense of the Bulgarians' health should be counteracted