The MPs of the ruling party GERB announced a new legislative initiative offering the creation of a new figure in the judicial system – a prosecutor investigating the Prosecutor General, reports BGNES. The legislative initiative is related to changes in the Criminal Procedure Code and the Judicial System Act, explained lawyer of the ruling party Desislava Atanasova, the smaller coalition partner “United Patriots” will participate in it.

Sorgente: GERB Proposes Special Prosecutor to Investigate Prosecutor General

Photo: Depositphotos.com Sports goods giant Nike has sacked the manager of their store in central Groningen after several employees went public with claims of racism, sexism and a culture of fear. The allegations, published by local paper Dagblad van het Noorden on Thursday, were made by six current and former members of staff, who said the manager was a racist and a bully.

Sorgente: Nike sacks Groningen store manager after complaints of bullying and racism

The parliamentary elections in Bulgaria should be on March 28, President Rumen Radev said. “Elections must be held in due course with delivered and licensed voting machines and with all measures needed to guarantee the right of every Bulgarian to vote,” the president added.

Sorgente: Bulgaria’s President: Elections Should Be Held on 28 March

E in Kabinett, „das aussieht wie Amerika“, hatte Joe Biden in seinem Wahlkampf immer wieder versprochen. „Männer, Frauen, Homosexuelle, Heterosexuelle, Mitte, die ganze Bandbreite, Schwarze, Weiße, Asiaten“, sagte Biden im Frühjahr, sollten an der Spitze des Landes dienen.

Sorgente: Biden nominiert ersten schwarzen Verteidigungsminister

Bulgarian MEP Alexander Yordanov (EPP) insulted well-known radio journalist Silvia Velikova, calling her a “neighbourhood gossip girl” for having asked “dumb questions” during Sunday’s interview on the programme “Politically Incorrect”.

Sorgente: Another insult against a Bulgarian journalist

A number of Irish artists will come together to perform at train stations this week in order to raise money for the homeless charity Focus Ireland . Performances from Mary Coughlan , Damien Dempsey , Brian Kennedy and Erica Cody and others will be streamed over Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights from 8pm on the charity’s YouTube and Facebook pages.

Sorgente: Artists performing train station gigs to raise funds for Focus Ireland

French Minister for European Affairs Clément Beaune publicly came out as gay in an interview with French gay magazine Têtu, in which he also promised to support LGBTQ communities in Poland. “I am gay, and I have no problem saying it,” he told the magazine, prompted by a question on lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer rights in Europe.

Sorgente: French Europe Minister comes out as gay, will visit Polish ‘LGBT-free’ zone