President of the Republic of Bulgaria
About the administration
Duties and responsibilities
The President is an autonomous institution within the system of state authorities. The President’s powers are set out in the Constitution.
The Head of State does not belong to any of the three branches of government - legislative, executive and judicial, but interacts with each of them.
The President has the right to address the nation and the National Assembly. Through them he takes a position as a unifier of the nation.
The President informs the public and Parliament on major issues of the implementation of government within his powers.