Kiril Petkov:No one can afford to go to elections once again

            Kiril Petkov used the electoral vote in Sofia


He added that there is optimism in the fact that there is a very large majority of people who want change and that this majority is stable. Petkov said that he sees many common policies with Democratic Bulgaria and There Is Such a People.

44-year-old businessman Plamen Nikolov is a candidate for prime minister

Photo: BGNES Agency

“Bulgarian people are looking forward to hearing your nominations for government ministers within the constitutional timeframe," Radev told ITN officials as he handed them the mandate and stressed the presence of serious problems in the country.

Turkish, Bulgarian presidents discuss COVID-19 measures

Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Friday spoke over the phone with his Bulgarian counterpart Rumen Radev where they discussed the fight against coronavirus.

Parliament Votes New Environment Minister into Office


With 111 votes in favour and 96 votes
against, the National Assembly Wednesday approved the nomination of Emil Dimitrov MP of United Patriots as Minister of
Environment and Water. He later swore in before Parliament.

Bulgaria to be audited by EC over African swine fever

Ombudsman: People, Not Machines, Err in Reporting Machine-cast Votes



National Ombudsman Maya Manolova warned that people in the district election commissions, not machines, make mistakes in the counting and reporting of machine-cast votes. Speaking to reporters in Parliament on Friday Manolova commented the claims of the Central Election Commission (CEC) that machine voting is expensive and unproductive. 

Pope Francis Arrives in Bulgaria


Pope Francis arrived Sunday on an apostolic journey to Bulgaria at the invitation of the Bulgarian authorities and the Interritual Bishops' Conference of Bulgaria. He came with a delegation of 35 of the highest representatives of the Holy See. 

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