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THE STATE AGENCY FOR CHILD PROTECTION ORGANIZED A ROUND TABLE, DEDICAT...

The State Agency for Child Protection organized a round table, dedicated to the day of the child. Participants from the Children’s Parliament and pupils from several schools will take part in the round table.

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BULGARIANS PREFER PCS ASSEMBLED IN BULGARIA, ANALYSIS OF THE BULGARIAN...

Bulgarians prefer PCs assembled in Bulgaria, analysis of the Bulgarian communication technologies market shows. Demand for PCs assembled in Bulgaria far exceeds the demand for internationally known trademarks, because they are competitive to those produc

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THE CHIEF OF GENERAL STAFF OF THE BULGARIAN ARMED FORCES, GENERAL MIHO...

The Chief of General Staff of the Bulgarian Armed Forces, General Miho Mihov departed for Brussels in order to participate in the session of the Euro Atlantic Military Committee for cooperation at the level of the heads of the General Command Centers. The

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”I WILL GIVE DETAILS ABOUT THE NEW PARTY, ITS NAME, AND ITS IDEOLOGICA...

”I will give details about the new party, its name, and its ideological platform, on Wednesday,” Sofia mayor Stephan Sofianski said for Standart Daily. He's expected also to announce the founding-members, the program and the rules.

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BALKAN AIRLINES NEED USD 5 M IN ORDER TO COMPLETE THE CONTRACT FOR THE...

Balkan Airlines need USD 5 M in order to complete the contract for the leasing of two Boeings 737-300 from Lufthansa, Pari Daily wrote. Balkan receivers announced that they have approached several Bulgarian banks with a proposal to extend loans needed to

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PARVANOV LEADS WITH 8% PRELIMINARY RESULTS SHOW

President-elect Parvanov garnered 54,13% of the votes, while incumbent President Stoyanov garnered 45,87%, results from the electoral sections in the country show. The Central Electoral Commission registered 55,04% voters turnout.

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BULGARIAN AMBASSADOR TO US RESIGNS

“I’ll hand in my resignation on the last day of president Stoyanov’s mandate – January 22, 2002”, Philip Dimitrov, Bulgarian Ambassador to the United States said in an interview for Radio Free Europe. He explained that he does not want to be Bulgarian Amb

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SWEDISH AMBASSADOR SENT ROSES TO PARVANOV

Sten Ask, the Swedish Ambassador to Bulgaria, sent a big bouquet of red roses to the winner at the presidential elections and current leader of the Bulgarian Socialist Party Georgi Parvanov, the press center of the Bulgarian Socialist Party announced. The

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GALLUP: 40% OF PARVANOV'S SUPPORTERS ARE YOUNG

39%-40% of the Bulgarians who chose that their new President will be Georgi Parvanov are in the age range 18-30, sociological agency Gallup data show. According to sociologists at the presidential elections, the typical confrontation communism – anti-comm

Politics | November 19, 2001, Monday // 00:00 | Viewed: 355

IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS ON NOVEMBER 18 THE HIGHEST TURNOUT OF 66...

In the presidential elections on November 18 the highest turnout of 66% was registered among voters between 41-50 years old, data of Gallup agency survey show. Bulgarians aged 28 to 30 rank second with 65%.

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FRANCE: BULGARIA TO JOIN EU WITH THE 1ST ROUND

France will support Bulgaria’s accession to the European Union with the first ten candidate countries, French Foreign Minister Hubert Vedrine implied. He addressed the foreign and defense ministers of the EU member and candidate countries at their meeting

Politics | November 19, 2001, Monday // 00:00 | Viewed: 353

AP:NEW PRESIDENT TO PUT NATION ABOVE PARTIES

Associated Press By VESELIN TOSHKOV

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SOCIALIST PARTY: PARVANOV LEADS WITH 8,29%

President-elect Georgi Parvanov leads with 8,29% or 312,357 votes according to the full parallel counting of the votes from the second round of the presidential elections, conducted by the Bulgarian Socialist Party. According to the results, Parvanov garn

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BULGARIAN CAPITAL VOTES FOR STOYANOV

Results from almost all sections in the Bulgarian capital Sofia show that the people, living in the city favored Stoyanov, incumbent President who was defeated at the presidential run-off on Sunday. In Sofia - 338,145 people voted for Stoyanov; 259, 321 v

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BULGARIAN FINANCE MINISTER ?ILEN VELCHEV EXPRESSED DISSATISFACTION WI...

Bulgarian Finance Minister ?ilen Velchev expressed dissatisfaction with the work of the Customs, but said that Emil Dimitrov will keep his position of Customs Agency Director. The Minister added that Customs revenues for October are more in comparison wi

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EUROPEAN UNION READY TO WORK WITH PARVANOV

”The European Union expects the official results of the Bulgarian presidential run-off but even at this point it can be said that the elections were fair and democratic,” Jean-Christophe Filori, the spokesperson of the Enlargement Directorate of the Europ

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MILES: NATO STAND ON BG UNCHANGED AFTER ELECTIONS

“The fact that Bulgaria has a new president will not change NATO stand on the country’s accession to the alliance,” Richard Miles, U.S.

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REUTERS: PRESIDENT-ELECT VOWS EU, NATO PUSH

Reuters By Anatoly Verbin

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THE CABINET DISCUSSED WHETHER IT IS REASONABLE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS OF B...

The Cabinet discussed whether it is reasonable Christmas holidays of Bulgarian employees to be 10 days long, Finance Minister Velchev said. Initially, ten days off for the holidays – from 22 till 31 December – were suggested.

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THE SOFIA UNIVERSITY “ST. KLIMENT OHRIDSKI” AWARDED THE PHILOSOPHER JA...

The Sofia University “St. Kliment Ohridski” awarded the philosopher Jaque Derrida the honorary title “Doctor Honoris Causa”.

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BULGARIAN NATIONAL ELECTRICITY TRANSMISSION COMPANY COMPLETED THE CONS...

Bulgarian National Electricity Transmission Company completed the construction of a 400-kW power transmission line to Turkey on November 18. A total of 198 metal poles had been erected along the line.

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