/Issue/Bulgaria/Government_changes

thumbnailBorisov criticised for stepping down
2013-02-21Bulgaria's centre-right government submitted its resignation on Wednesday, setting the stage for early elections in the country.
Bulgarian minister to resign
2010-12-19SOFIA, Bulgaria -- Diaspora Minister Bozhidar Dimitrov announced on Saturday (December 18th) he would table his resignation Monday as the government...
Bulgarian government survives no-confidence vote
2010-10-08SOFIA, Bulgaria -- The government survived its first no-confidence vote Friday (October 8th). The motion was initiated by the opposition Bulgarian So...
Bulgarian parliament approves new health minister
2010-10-07SOFIA, Bulgaria -- Parliament on Wednesday (October 6th) voted to make Stefan Konstantinov, deputy chairman of the medical union, the country's new h...
Bulgarian government nominates new health minister
2010-10-01SOFIA, Bulgaria -- The government nominated Stefan Konstantinov, deputy chairman of the doctors' union board, as the new health minister on Thursday...
Bulgarian health minister resigns
2010-09-29SOFIA, Bulgaria -- Health Minister Anna-Maria Borissova resigned on Wednesday (September 29th) amid heavy criticism against planned reforms in the se...
Focus on Ukraine

Reportage

Srebrenica relatives pleased with Dutch verdict, but not satisfiedSrebrenica relatives pleased with Dutch verdict, but not satisfied

Some believe that the verdict is the first step in exposing the truth about what happened in Srebrenica in 1995.

SETimes logo

Most Popular

Loading
Loading
Loading

Poll

Do you agree with a proposal for Greece to offer reduced prison sentences to people convicted of corruption?

Yes, imposing fines is enough of a punishment for non-violent crime
No, people convicted of corruption and fraud should face harsh sentences
I don’t know