Demonstrators have taken to the streets with the same demands for a month — they want the country's entire cabinet to resign and elections to be held.
Anti-government protests have been happening in Bulgaria every day for two weeks. We went to Sofia to find out why.
Demonstrators accuse Borissov and the country's top prosecutor, Ivan Geshev, of corruption, authoritarian rule and dependence on criminal groups. They are calling for both men to step down.
The news that the three ministers had been fired was applauded by protesters, but thousands took to the streets of Sofia on Thursday to continue calling for the PM's resignation.
Political tensions in Bulgaria once more spilt out onto the streets of Bulgaria as anti-government protests entered their fifth consecutive day.
Large protests were staged in Sofia after police raided the office of president Rumen Radev and arrested two of his aides.
Bulgaria is in the grip of a health crisis as thousands of doctors and nurses leave the country. The result is a health system struggling to cope, where patients are left without key services.
Euronews reports from Pernik, a Bulgarian town where thousands are left without water due to suspected mismanagement at the top.
The Bulgarian minister for agriculture is the latest high profile minister to resign amid an investigation into corruption
Bulgaria’s deputy prime minister has quit after controversial remarks about disabled rights activists sparked protests.
Bulgaria's president vetoes anti-corruption legislation a day after assuming EU presidency. The country has been described as the most corrupt country in the EU by anti-corruption agency Transparency International
Political horse-trading to begin as Bulgaria's veteran politician Boiko Borisov seeks to form a government after winning election
Former Prime Minister Boiko Borisov makes a comeback over the Socialists in Bulgaria's parliamentary vote, exit polls suggest.
Bulgaria's snap parliamentary election seems likely to result in a fragile coalition and could threaten relations with its EU partners.
Snap parliamentary elections are underway in Bulgaria in what is expected to be a closely-fought contest.
Bulgaria heads to the ballot box this Sunday for snap parliamentary elections which are predicted to go down to the wire.
Rumen Radev in conversation with Euronews about corruption, terrorism, migration and more.
Ognyan Gerdzhikov has been appointed as Bulgaria’s caretaker prime minister.
Political newcomer Rumen Radev has been sworn in as president of Bulgaria after a decisive victory in November’s election.
Bulgaria’s outgoing defence minister has been charged with failing to honour an agreement with Russia to repair its Soviet-era fighter jets.
Prosecutors in Bulgaria have charged the country’s former economy and energy minister over the cancellation of a 10 billion euro nuclear project.
The presidential election results in Bulgaria and Moldova show a distinct pro-Russian political trend.
As official results confirm, Rumen Radev will become Bulgaria’s next president while the ruling government has resigned.
Russia-friendly newcomer to politics, Rumen Radev defeats Bulgarian government candidate in presidential vote
Opposition socialist Rumen Radev appears to have narrowly won the first round of presidential elections in Bulgaria.
In this edition of The Global Conversation, Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev talks migration, Ukraine and relations with the European Union and