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12th Grader Takes Bulgaria's President Place for a Day

Society | March 13, 2014, Thursday // 16:07| Views: 1098 | Comments: 5
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Bulgaria: 12th Grader Takes Bulgaria's President Place for a Day Seven students visited Bulgaria's President Rosen Plevneliev, Thursday, 13 March as part of the Manager for a Day initiative. Photo by BGNES/Elena Geroska

The 12th grader Nina Gadzheva has become Bulgaria's president for a day as part of the Manager for a Day initiative of Junior Achievement Bulgaria.

Some other key government positions have also be given to students on March 13. They have the opportunity to gain invaluable experience during a number of meetings with Bulgaria's President Rosen Plevneliev and his team.

"It is important to listen to young people, they have something to say," President Plevneliev said and expressed his hope that this experience will be useful for them in the future.

Bulgaria's Head of State thanked the participants in the initiative for lending him a hand for a day, because he is be busy preparing a summary of a month of political consultations to present Friday morning.

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#5
Optimistic - 15 Mar 2014 // 21:29:15

Sorry, I don't mean to insult and I use diplomacy to avoid fights, lets be realistic there is only one superpower in the world now and it is the US.

Everyone has to be careful even Russia is being careful and doing everying in accordance with legal and democratic principles in order to avoid conflict.

#4
An American - 15 Mar 2014 // 21:14:39

We don't use the term "you people" in America. Those are "provocateur" words. Are you looking for a fight?

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Optimistic - 15 Mar 2014 // 20:56:10

That is funny coming from an american as you people don't like things like elections and referendums when you cant control the outcome.

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An American - 15 Mar 2014 // 20:48:57

Obviously, no important decisions to be made in Bulgaria. Was she elected?

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Optimistic - 14 Mar 2014 // 15:33:39

This a lovely story, I hope they enjoyed it and appreciate Bulgaria's Democratic processes.

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