Guy Verhofstad pulls back from the race to replace Martin Schulz


Lead Brexit negotiator for the European Parliament – Guy Verhofstadt, who was one of the running candidates for President of the European Union, pulled out of the presidential race in the name of a pro-European coalition. Following the formation of an agreement between the right-wing European People’s Party (EPP) and the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe Group (ALDE), which effectively pushed Antonio Tajani to the presidency, Mr. Verhofstadt decided to drop out of the race.

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The spark of Bulgarian knowledge in Groningen is on the verge of getting extinguished


The Bulgarian school in Groningen, which has just started its third school year, faces serious financial problems and it is on the brink of shutting its door for all Bulgarian children eager to learn Bulgarian language, culture, and history. Continue reading “The spark of Bulgarian knowledge in Groningen is on the verge of getting extinguished”

Why is organic food so expensive?


It is certain that when you ask any fan of organic food they will assure you that they eat healthier. But who can answer the question why organic food is more expensive than conventional food? Continue reading “Why is organic food so expensive?”

Bulgaria split for the forthcoming referendum


Bulgarians hold conflicting opinions for the upcoming referendum for remote electronic voting in October. Rosen Plevneliev – the president of Bulgaria, proposed earlier this year three questions for referendums which he considered “topical for the Bulgarian nation” – the introduction of majority voting, compulsory voting, and electronic voting. Continue reading “Bulgaria split for the forthcoming referendum”