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KING ONE SEAT SHORT OF MAJORITY

Four political forces will be represented in the 39th National Assembly, according to preliminary results from Sunday`s general elections. By early Monday evening it was still unclear whether or not the Simeon II National Movement (SNM) wins an absolute m

Politics | June 19, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

VMRO: BIPOLAR MODEL HARMED BULGARIA

The Bulgarian political model stands to win from the loss of the United Democratic Forces in Sunday`s parliamentary elections, Lyuben Dilov Jr., one of the leaders of the Gergyovden-VMRO coalition, told a news conference on Monday.

Politics | June 19, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

SOFIYANSKI: UDF SHOULD BROADEN BASE

`The Union of Democratic Forces (UDF) should broaden its base and should not shun power-sharing. That`s all! ` Sofia Mayor Stefan Sofiyanski told BTA on the telephone, answering the question what is in store for the UDF.

Politics | June 19, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

FINAL SEATS IN THE PARLIAMENT

Following are the seats in the future Bulgarian parliament after counting 99,99% of the votes at Sunday`s General Elections.

Politics | June 19, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

RESULTS AFTER COUNTING 99.87 % OF THE VOTES

Following are the results after counting 99, 99% of the votes at Bulgarian general Elections: National Movement Simeon II: 43, 5 %;

Politics | June 19, 2001, Tuesday // 00:00

ELECTION NEWS IN BRIEF

Media campaigning for the General Elections June 17 was in compliance with the laws, European Media Institute concluded after a two-weeks survey. ***

Politics | June 18, 2001, Monday // 00:00

PRESIDENT STOYANOV APPEALED FOR COALITION

Bulgarian President Petar Stoyanov congratulated National Movement Simeon II as the absolute winner in the parliamentary elections in a special statement to the nation today. He praised the commitment of the NMS II leaders to continue the track of the eco

Business | June 18, 2001, Monday // 00:00

THE NEW YORK TIMES: EX-KING LEADS VOTE IN BULGARIA

By JOHN TAGLIABUE SOFIA, Bulgaria, Monday, June 18 — The former king's party was leading in Bulgarian elections early today, even though it appeared to fall short of its declared goal of a clear majority, dealing a heavy blow to the political forces that

Politics | June 18, 2001, Monday // 00:00

INDEPENDENT: VOTE ROYAL

18 June 2001 Did someone say Ruritanian? Admittedly, King Simeon's much-trumpeted return to the governing scene in Sofia is by an unconventional route ­ the man who was briefly king, or Tsar, of Bulgaria when he was six has founded a political party and

Politics | June 18, 2001, Monday // 00:00

INDEPENDENT: TRIUMPH OF THE BOY WHO FLED IN TERROR

By Justin Huggler 18 June 2001

Politics | June 18, 2001, Monday // 00:00

INDEPENDENT: BULGARIA VOTES FOR RETURN OF THE KING

By Justin Huggler in Sofia 18 June 2001

Politics | June 18, 2001, Monday // 00:00

EL PAIS: EL EX REY SIME?N II HABR?A OBTENIDO EL 42,1% DE LOS VOTOS SEG?N LOS PRIMEROS DATOS

Bulgaria acude a las urnas tras una campa?a marcada por la irrupci?n del ex monarca AGENCIAS | Sof?a

Politics | June 18, 2001, Monday // 00:00

LA VANGUARDIA: ELECCIONES EN BULGARIA

Los primeros sondeos dan como ganador de las elecciones al ex rey SimeCn de Bulgaria Sofia.

Politics | June 18, 2001, Monday // 00:00

LE MONDE: SIMEON II A REMPORTE LES ELECTIONS LEGISLATIVES BULGARES

MIS A JOUR LE 18.06.

Politics | June 18, 2001, Monday // 00:00

LE FIGARO: BULGARIE : LE RETOUR DE SIMEON II

Publi? le 17 juin 2001 ? 16h02 Mis ? jour le 18 juin 2001 ? 07h05

Politics | June 18, 2001, Monday // 00:00

LOS ANGELES TIMES: BULGARIA FAVORS PARTY OF EX-KING

SOFIA, Bulgaria-- Bulgarians voted in parliamentary elections Sunday that could bring a former monarch from ex-communist Europe back to the political stage for the first time.

Politics | June 18, 2001, Monday // 00:00

ABC NEWS: FORMER KING'S PARTY FAVORED IN BULGARIA VOTE

SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP) Bulgarians voted in parliamentary elections Sunday that could bring a former monarch from ex-communist Europe back to the political stage for the first time.

Politics | June 18, 2001, Monday // 00:00

SUEDDEUTSCHE ZEITUNG: EX-KONIG GEWINNT WAHLEN IN BULGARIEN

Die `Nationale Bewegung` des ehemaligen bulgarischen K?nigs Simeon II. ist aus den Parlamentswahlen in Bulgarien als st?rkste Kraft hervorgegangen.

Politics | June 18, 2001, Monday // 00:00

CNN: EX-KING WINS BULGARIA POLL

June 18, 2001 Posted: 0712 GMT Simeon II has pledged a path of renovation

Politics | June 18, 2001, Monday // 00:00

REUTERS: BULGARIA'S EX-KING LEADS MOVEMENT TO POLL VICTORY

June 17, 2001 07:28 PM ET SOFIA (Reuters) - Bulgaria's ex-King Simeon II led his two-month-old political movement to a resounding general election victory, leaving main-line parties to bargain for a place in an offered coalition.

Politics | June 18, 2001, Monday // 00:00
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