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Interview of Novinite.com and Novinite.bg with Evgeniy Daynov, a leading political analyst, on the unrelenting public outrage over the appointment of a media magnate to a top security post, how it boiled over into protests against the government and what may come next.
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Chobanov presented his plans on Tuesday in Parliament after Sergei Stanishev, leader of the Bulgarian Socialist Party , insisted that the state had to inspect Bulgarians' assets in the tax haven.
These are some of the main stories in Bulgarian newspapers on Tuesday. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Members of the Socialist party have launched a sign-up in a bid to topple their leader Sergey Stanishev following the surprise appointment of a controversial new head of the national security agency.
Information that Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev had offshore companies in Cyprus where he concealed USD 1 M has emerged to be a fabrication.
The leader of the predominantly ethnic Turkish party Movement for Rights and Freedoms, DPS , Lyutvi Mestan , is quoted in saying that Peevski had not effectively taken the office of Director of the National Security Agency , DANS , and the Parliament had not terminated his MP powers, thus he could rejoin without problems the 42nd General Assembly.
The 6th European Universities Rugby 7s Championship has concluded on 16th June 2013 with an exciting Closing Ceremony at National Sports Academy Vasil Levski.
Bulgaria 's Black Sea city of Varna has not witnessed a decrease in the number of foreign tourists visiting it despite the ongoing anti-government protests in the city, according to Atanas Atanasov, head of the Union of Bulgarian Tourist Guides.
Investigators are getting closer to pinpointing where Colorado's most destructive wildfire started and that should help allow residents of the area hit hardest by the blaze to temporarily return home.
This Saturday, many Bulgarian families living in the New York City Metropolitan area gathered for an end-of-the-school year ceremony.
Thousands of Bulgarians staged a third day of protests on Sunday, calling for the resignation of the socialist-led government that took office two weeks ago and a fresh general election.
The ceremony to mark the turning of the first sod of the Economic Zone "Sofia - Bozhurishte" took place on Monday.
The inauguration event was attended by Prime Minister Victor Ponta, his Bulgarian counterpart Plamen Oresharski and European Commissioner for Regional Policy Johannes Hahn.
According to reports of the Interior Ministry, as cited by the Focus news agency, the rally taking place in downtown Sofia is attended by over 15 000.
New protest rallies are planned in Bulgaria against the election of controversial young MP as the new head of the state Agency for National Security , even though he said he is ready to step down.