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  • Sofia, Saturday, August 15 , 2020, No.191

    Embattled Bulgarian Prime Minister Calls for Convening Grand National Assembly to Amend Constitution Sofia - After more than a month of street protests against corruption, the government and the prosecutor general, Prime Minister Boyko Borissov proposed convening a Grand Nati...

  • Sofia, Friday, August 14 , 2020, No.190

    Lack of Quorum Quashes Extraordinary Sitting of Parliament Called on Motion of Opposition Sofia - Parliament on Thursday failed to ensure the requisite quorum of 121 MPs to hold an extraordinary sitting called on a motion of the opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP). Sev...

  • Sofia, Thursday, August 13 , 2020, No.189

    Cabinet Approves Information on Cash Implementation of State Budget in First Half of 2020 Sofia - The Council of Ministers approved information on the cash implementation of the state budget and the main indicators of the Consolidated Fiscal Programme (CFP) for the first half...

  • Sofia, Wednesday, August 12, 2020, No.188

    PM Borissov: "I'll Come Up with Interesting Decisions in a Couple of Days" Sofia - Prime Minister Boyko Borissov told reporters on Tuesday: "I will come up with some interesting decisions in a couple of days, we'll calm people down. Those are tough decisions." He als...

  • Sofia, Tuesday, August 11 , 2020, No.187

    Protesters Relocate Tent Camp, Vacate One of Three Blocked Junctions in Sofia Sofia - Disabled children' parents of The System Kills Us Initiative who had pitched a tent camp blocking a street intersection at Sofia University, moved their camp to a location in front of th...

  • Sofia, Monday, August 10 , 2020, No.186

    Press - Review Sofia, August 9 (BTA) JARGONS "Telegraph" (the only print daily that comes out on Sunday) leads on professional jargons, discussed for the newspaper by Assoc. Prof. Ani Kocheva. The story continues on two full inside pages, telling about jargon in the consc...

  • Sofia, Saturday, August 8 , 2020, No.185

    Police Remove Tent Camps Blocking Traffic at Busy Junctions Sofia - At 4:30 a.m. on Friday, police removed the tent camps blocking vehicular traffic at three busy junctions in Sofia. The law enforcers used loudspeakers to order the protestors to leave the carriageway because t...

  • Sofia, Friday, August 7, 2020, No.184

    President Radev: "Bulgarians Are Entitled to Know the Real Situation of Their Country" Sofia - "Bulgarians massively reject propaganda and are entitled to know the real situation of the country and to seek an alternative to the present-day quandary," Bulgarian President Rumen...