The Bulgarian school in Groningen is about to close its doors due to financial problems


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 doors for all Bulgarian children eager to learn Bulgarian language, culture, and history. Continue reading “The Bulgarian school in Groningen is about to close its doors due to financial problems”

Bulgaria split for the forthcoming referendum


Bulgarians hold conflicting opinions for the upcoming referendum for remote electronic voting in October. Earlier this year Rosen Plevneliev – the president of Bulgaria, proposed three questions for referendums which he considered “topical for the Bulgarian nation” – the introduction of majority voting, compulsory voting, and electronic voting. The members of parliament decided that only the question of e-voting will be part of the referendum. The referendum is going to be held on 25 October. Continue reading “Bulgaria split for the forthcoming referendum”