Bulgarian President Meets with OSCE Election Observers

Fair elections are the most effective guarantor of democracy, and as a society and institutions we must work to increase confidence in this instrument of the rule of law. This was stated by Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev, who received representatives of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in the Presidency on March 23.

Bulgaria’s President Meets with Heads of Security Services to Discuss Rights of Our Compatriots Abroad


Taking timely measures to adequately protect the rights of Bulgarian citizens abroad when they are subject to attacks only because of their national self-awareness, was the agenda of the meeting of President Rumen Radev with the heads of the security services. Vice President Iliyana Yotova also took part in it, the Head of State's press secretary reported.

Bulgarian President: Country Needs Election Campaign of Ideas, Not Smearing Materials

Answering a question about his expectations for the upcoming election campaign, President Rumen Radev said that Bulgaria needs a campaign of ideas, principles, a vision for getting the country out the current deep crisis, a vision for Bulgaria's future development, and not a campaign of discrediting materials, which seems to be the case for now.

Will Political Forces in Bulgaria Rearrange after President Announced His Wish to Run for Second Term?

Yesterday, President Rumen Radev announced that he and Vice President Iliana Yotova will run for a second term. This became clear during a press conference at which the head of state reported on what had been done over the past four years.