01 novembre 2007

Bulgaria's State Administration Ministry Cuts Down on Vacancies

Bulgaria's State Administration Ministry will cut down 12% of the state administration. This is what the new state operating program "Administrative capacity" for 2007-2013 provides for. The envisioned 12% cut will include mainly vacancies on the pay-roll, State Administration Minister Nikolay Vassilev said. Experts from the ministry held on Wednesday an information day on the Administrative capacity program on the Sheraton Hotel in Sofia. The experts explained the apply mechanisms on the open procedure on contracting of... [Lire la suite]
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01 novembre 2007

BULGARIAN PROSECUTION EXPECTS INDICTMENTS ON VOTE-BUYING CASES

It was most certain that a large part of the investigations launched over vote-buying during the current municipal elections in Bulgaria would end up with indictments filed with the court, Prosecutor General Boris Velchev said on October 31, as quoted by mediapool.bg. Velchev appealed on the public to be patient on seeing results on such cases because investigators, prosecutors and judges had just about started to learn how to apply the recently approved legislation on the matter. One week before elections, Parliament passed... [Lire la suite]
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01 novembre 2007

Kardzhali district: No runoff races

1 November 2007 | 22:25 | FOCUS News Agency Kardzhali. The southern district of Kardzhali will not hold a single runoff race on Sunday, as all municipality mayors were elected in the first round on October 28th, Focus News Agency informs.All candidates in the district were nominated by the Movement for Rights and Freedoms /MRF/. The battles in the municipalities of Kardzhali and Ardino turned to be one of the fiercest. In the former Hasan Azis was reelected by 61.85% and in the latter – Resmi Murad by 53.55% followed by... [Lire la suite]
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01 novembre 2007

Montana district: BSP runs in 5 runoff elections, CEDB – in 3, UDF and NMS II – in 2 each

1 November 2007 | 22:43 | FOCUS News Agency Montana. Seven out of a total of eleven municipalities in the northwestern district of Montana are holding runoff elections, Focus News Agency informs.The candidates of the Bulgarian Socialist Party /BSP/ run in 5 of them (municipalities of Boychinovtsi, Yakimovo, Berkovitsa, Chiprovtsi, Brusartsi), Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria /CEDB/ - in 3 (Boychinovtsi, Brusartsi, Georgi Damyanovo), while the National Movement Simeon II /NMS II/ and Union of Democratic... [Lire la suite]
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01 novembre 2007

Lovech district: BSP and CEDB in 3 direct runoff elections, no Attack party and MRF candidates

1 November 2007 | 22:53 | FOCUS News Agency Lovech. The northern district of Lovech is holding 6 runoff elections on November 4th. Only 2 out of 8 municipalities in the district elected their mayors in the first round on October 28th – in the municipality of Letnitsa where Krasimir Dzhonev (Bulgarian Socialist Party /BSP/) won, and the municipality of Yablanitsa where Ivan Tsakov (independent candidate but backed by the BSP) was elected, Focus News Agency informs.The BSP participates in 4 runoff votes with party... [Lire la suite]
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01 novembre 2007

Bulgaria’s Yordan Yovchev wins gold in international sports gymnastics tournament in Switzerland

1 November 2007 | 21:04 | FOCUS News Agency Chiasso. Bulgaria’s Yordan Yovchev won a golden medal in the 24th edition of the international sports gymnastics tournament "Memorial Arthur Gander" in the Swiss municipality of Chiasso. Yovchev scored a total of 61.850 points. France’s Dimitri Karbanenko rates second with 61.050 points, while Switzerland’s Claudio Capelli is third with 60.150 points.
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01 novembre 2007

Construction and consequences in Bulgaria

Separeva Banya mayor Sasho Ivanov will be fined because he did not inform the Regional Inspectorate of Environment and Water Affairs (RIEW) that the repair of the road between Panichishte and Pionerska hut had started or about the construction of a ski lift in this area of Rila Mountain. Both projects are a part of the Super Panichishte project, which would see the construction of lifts and 21 ski runs over 1.8 sq km in the protected area of the mountain, as reported by The Sofia Echo on August 31. Following a series of protests in... [Lire la suite]
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01 novembre 2007

Studie: Große Risken für Lettland und Bulgarien

Manche osteuropäische Länder könnten laut einer Studie unter den Folgen der US-Immobilienkrise leiden.WIEN. Die Wellen, die die Krise am US-Immobilienmarkt schlägt, treffen auch Osteuropa – aber unterschiedlich stark. Das geht aus einer Studie der Rating-Agentur Standard & Poor's (S&P) hervor, in der die Krisenanfälligkeit von 15 Ländern aus „Emerging Markets“ (Aufstrebende Volkswirtschaften) – darunter auch elf aus Osteuropa – analysiert wurde. Die größten Risken in Osteuropa ortet die Agentur in Lettland und Bulgarien. Dann... [Lire la suite]
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01 novembre 2007

Dimitar Drachev: Bulgaria’s cigarette industry was prepared for the EU requirements before 2007

10 September 2007 | 11:40 | FOCUS News Agency Plovdiv. The Bulgarian cigarette industry was prepared for the requirements of the EU for content and control of the controlled substances in the smoke several years before 2007, and thus several brands of cigarettes were created with significantly lower indices for these substances’, the Director of the Tobacco institute in the Bulgarian town of Plovdiv Dimitar Drachev said in an interview for FOCUS News Agency informed. ‘After Bulgaria’s accession to the EU there were... [Lire la suite]
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01 novembre 2007

Bulgaria Right-Wingers Accuse Prosecutors of Vested Interests

Ivan Kostov, leader of Bulgaria's opposition rightists and former prime minister, turned upon the ruling coalition again, saying they are served by the prosecutor's office. Photo by Yuliana Nikolova (Sofia Photo Agency)| buy photo | Ivan Kostov, leader of Bulgaria's die-hard rightists and former prime minister, has accused the prosecutor's office of serving the interests of the ruling coalition. "The annual report of the prosecutor's office does not even mention any of the plot murders, nor the four cases against Interior... [Lire la suite]
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