Bulgaria - Stalking
This resource includes the legal definitions of different types of gender-based violence used in EU Member States, according to their legal terminology and national legislation. It was last updated in 2019 and makes a reference to the United Kingdom as a member state of the European Union.
In Bulgaria, stalking is a term used to describe a particular kind of harassment, namely "any unwanted conduct on the discrimination grounds, expressed in a physical, verbal or any other manner, which has the purpose or effect of violating the person’s dignity or creating a hostile, degrading, humiliating or intimidating environment, attitude or practice."
Legal provisions on protection orders
No legal provision
Law on Protection against Discrimination of 2004, Supplementary provisions, Paragraph 1, Item 2