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OPINION: RENETA INDZHOVA, FORMER PRIME MINISTER OF BULGARIA

After a decade of failed transition to political democracy and market economy in the general election 2001 the Bulgarian people showed a red card to the bipartism and the political and economic oligarchy. Since yesterday Bulgaria starts a new way, drawn o

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

HRISTO BISSEROV - FORMER UDF GENERAL SECRETARY FOR STANDART DAILY:

The interview: - Mr Bisserov, what did the vote of the people show?

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

DOGAN MET THE KING BRIEFLY

Ahmed Dogan, leader of MRF, was the first politician to congratulate personally Simeon II on the victory in the election night. He met the King when the latter was leaving the international press office.

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

VICTOR EMMANUEL BACKS HIS COUSIN

`My cousin will be exclusively useful to Bulgaria,` said before Corriere de la Sera newspaper King of Italy Victor Emmanuel living in exile. He has no right to live in Italy by the constitution.

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

PRODI: EU NEGOTIATIONS CONTINIUE

The situation in Bulgaria should not effect the talks on its accession, said the spokesman of Romano Prodi before BTA. The European Union has no particular conditions as far as political system is concerned so far it remains democratic.

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

24 UDF SEATS MIGHT OPOSE PM KOSTOV

Ivan Kostov has brought the Union of Democratic Forces to a complete fiasco, indicates the analysis of the official results of the Sunday general election. In the 39th National Assembly `National Movement for Simeon II` will have 120 mandates, UtdDF - 51,

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

KOSTOV: STILL THINKING OF RESIGNATION

I may deliver my retirement but I will first consult with my colleagues, said UDF leader Ivan Kostov before BBC. The PM has not given an interview to BBC Bulgaria, said for `Standart` from London.

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

MICROSOFT SENIOR VP TO MEET PRESIDENT STOYANOV

Jean Philippe Courtois, Microsoft President for EMEA region and Senior Vice President, Microsoft Corp. arrives in Bulgaria Thusrday, June 21.

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

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
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