Bulgarian Judge Elena Popova’s Ruling in Case of Delyana Ivanova – Latest News

Bulgarian Judge Elena Popova’s Ruling in Case of Delyana Ivanova – Latest News

Judge Elena Popova from the Administrative Court in Sofia (ASG) came up with incredible reasons to cancel the notice imposed on the chief legal adviser of the Administrative Court of the Sofia, Delyana Ivanova. That’s what “Now” saw in court records. Ivanova was punished with a reprimand in November of this year, after it became … Read more

The Complicated Political Situation in Varna: Municipal Council Postspones Budget Decision

The Complicated Political Situation in Varna: Municipal Council Postspones Budget Decision

After a long meeting on Wednesday, the Varna municipal council did not adopt the most important decision that a mayor traditionally proposes – the budget for the year. The vote was postponed until Thursday. Another session is scheduled within a dozen days, indicating that the matter may hang at least until then. The draft budget … Read more

Putin awards special title to deputy director amid controversy over Navalny’s death

Putin awards special title to deputy director amid controversy over Navalny’s death

The special title “Colonel General of the Internal Service” was awarded to the deputy director of the Federal Service for Execution of Punishments, Valery Boyarinev. The Insider reported. The settlement was carried out personally by Vladimir Putin. The decree for the award was officially published three days after the death of Alexei Navalny in a … Read more

Sofia Political Crisis: Internal Battles and Split in the BSP Party

Sofia Political Crisis: Internal Battles and Split in the BSP Party

The political crisis that rocked Sofia for 3 months after the local elections in November of this year seems to have subsided for now, after Tsvetomir Petrov from the PP-DB was elected to temporarily head the Sofia Municipal Council. This compromise, as well as the birth of the assembly in the National Assembly, did not … Read more

Mayor Vasil Terziev and New Chief Architect Competition in Sofia

Mayor Vasil Terziev and New Chief Architect Competition in Sofia

BGNESMayor Vasil Terziev announced that there will be a competition for a new chief architect, but “further on”. The new team in Sofia has started cleaning in a key area for the city – “Architecture and Town Planning”. Mayor Vasil Terziev, however, is silent on the main question – when will the competition for a … Read more

Streamlining 102 Laws: Removing Unnecessary Red Tape for Businesses and Citizens

Streamlining 102 Laws: Removing Unnecessary Red Tape for Businesses and Citizens

Although the fight against red tape is not from yesterday, we will still have to change 102 more laws to remove unnecessary requirements for businesses and citizens and speed up the work of the administration. The laws are written in order to reduce the administrative burden. It promises the dropping of documents, which we have … Read more

The Destructive Cycle of Agricultural Subsidies: Fueling Outrage and Arrogance Among Farmers

The Destructive Cycle of Agricultural Subsidies: Fueling Outrage and Arrogance Among Farmers

The protesting farmers may have disunited in their march to save the “dying” agrarian sector, but they have united society in its outrage at their arrogant demands. Observing from the sidelines the incessant clamor for more subsidies, state aid and various preferences, the rest outside the agrarian sector become more and more negative with each … Read more

Former US President Donald Trump ordered to pay $355 million in fraud case and banned from doing business in New York state

Former US President Donald Trump ordered to pay $355 million in fraud case and banned from doing business in New York state

Former US President Donald Trump has been ordered to pay nearly $355 million and banned from doing business in New York state for three years after pleading guilty to fraud. Trump is currently leading the race for the Republican nomination to challenge Democratic President Joe Biden in the November 5 US election. “The court hereby … Read more

Germany Ousts Japan as Third Largest Economic Power, IMF Forecast Unstable

Germany Ousts Japan as Third Largest Economic Power, IMF Forecast Unstable

Germany has wrested from Japan the symbolic title of the third largest economic power, according to preliminary data on Japanese GDP published today, cited by AFP and BTA. The USA and China are in first and second place. Japan’s nominal GDP in 2023 was $4.21 trillion, compared to $4.46 trillion for Germany, whose nominal GDP … Read more

Unprecedented Espionage Case Involving Bulgarian Military Intelligence Officers and Ministry Director Referred to Court

Unprecedented Espionage Case Involving Bulgarian Military Intelligence Officers and Ministry Director Referred to Court

Discovered in mid-March 2021, a group with the participation of active officers from the “Military Intelligence” service, a director from the Ministry of Defense, a leading official in the administration of the National Assembly was handed over to court by the Military District Prosecutor’s Office-Sofia. This is clear from an official announcement of the state … Read more