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THE CENTRAL ELECTORAL COMMISSION ANNOUNCED THAT COMPUTERS WERE PROVIDE...

The Central Electoral Commission announced that computers were provided in all Regional Electoral Commissions where a one copy of the protocols of the electoral sections will be processed. The data from the other two copies of the protocols will be entere

Politics | November 18, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS FOR BULGARIANS IN FRANCE STARTED AT SEVEN O...

The presidential elections for Bulgarians in France started at seven o’clock local time in the election section in Paris. Right after its opening Anastacia Mozer, Evgeniya Zhivkoza and other MPs cast their vote in the Paris election section.

Politics | November 18, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

NO INCIDENTS REPORTED UNTIL NOON. 15 343 POLICEMEN GUARD THE ELECTIONS...

No incidents reported until noon. 15 343 policemen guard the elections today in Bulgaria, Police headquarters in Sofia announced.

Politics | November 18, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

PACKAGE WITH LABEL “ANTHRAX” WAS FOUND IN YABLANITZA VILLAGE, SOUTH BU...

Package with label “Anthrax” was found in Yablanitza village, South Bulgaria next to Blagoevgrad. The package was sent to the closest regional laboratory for investigation and the election bureau was moved to a neighboring building.

Politics | November 18, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

42% OF THE BULGARIANS HAVE VOTED BY 5PM

The Central Electoral Commission announced that there is high electoral turnout at the second round of the presidential elections. 42% from the Bulgarians with right to vote, have cast their votes by 5pm.

Politics | November 18, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

DOGAN: I VOTED FOR CHANGE

“I voted for change”, Ahmed Dogan, leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedom, said after he cast his vote in the Sofia school “Maxim Gorki.” He said that the party membership of the presidential candidates gives only one definition of the future Head

Politics | November 18, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

PRIME MINISTER: TOO EXPENSIVE TO DRIVE 300KM

Nov 18, 14:12 - The Bulgarian Prime Minister Simeon Saxe-Coburg said at noon at the airport that he will not vote at the second round of the presidential elections upon his return from New York. The reason for his decision is that as he said:“it is not ra

Politics | November 18, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

11,1% ELECTORAL TURNOUT BY 11 O’CLOCK

Till 12 a.m.

Politics | November 18, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

KUTSKOVA: WILL GO BACK TO DO MY KITCHEN WORK

I vote for the future of Bulgaria and now I come back home to do some kitchen work, Nelly Kutskova, vice-president candidate and Petur Stoyanov’s conterpartner said after voting in Ovtcha Koupel district in Sofia. In the afternoon I will visit my election

Politics | November 18, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

PARVANOV: VOTERS GAVE US GOOD LESSON

Unprecedented low electoral activity was a good lesson to all of us and I do hope in the run off will be much higher, Georgi Paravnov, Socialist leader and presidential candidate said voting 11 am in the same school in Sofia, where he use to play soccer w

Politics | November 18, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

STOYANOV: WE ARE NOT SO DEVELOPED TO BE PASSIVE

Bulgarian democracy is not so well developed to afford people to be passive and non voting, current president Petur Stoyanov said, voting at 10 in the morning in a school at Durvenitza district in Sofia. People must vote to express their wish, he advised.

Politics | November 18, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

ELECTORAL ACTIVITY 50 % AT LEAST PREDICTED

All opinion poll agencies predict today’s electoral activity in the Bulgarian presidential elections run off to be at least 50 per cent. TV channels – private owned and governmental controlled - appeal to Bulgarian to go to the polls as previous Sunday t

Politics | November 18, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

CNN: VOTERS PREPARE FOR BULGARIAN POLL

CNN By Polia Alexandrova

Politics | November 18, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

STOYANOV IN THE MOUNTAINS, PARVANOV AT HOME

The presidential opponents Stoyanov and Parvanov chose different ways to spend the last day before the presidential elections. Petur Stoyanov who is running for second mandate spent the day before the second round in the mountains.

Politics | November 18, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

BALKAN’S FINANCIAL SITUATION TO BE ASSESSED

The Council of Creditors of the national carrier Balkan decided at its meeting to make a new assessment of the companies’ assets. The assessment will be the basis for a future rehabilitation plan of the company.

Business | November 18, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

PRESIDENT MIGHT BE ELECTED WITH ONE VOTE MORE ONLY

The next Bulgarian President can be elected with only one vote at the second round of the elections that takes place on November 18. The election law does not require more than 50% of the voters to cast their votes at the run-offs.

Politics | November 18, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

FT: BULGARIAN PM IS KING BY NAME, KING BY NATURE

On November 17, Financial Times published a long article about the Bulgarian Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg pondering on the way he should be recognized now, taking into consideration that besides being Prime Minister, he is son of the diseased King Boris III

Politics | November 18, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

NOVINITE.COM AT SUNDAY’S ELECTION NIGHT

novinite.com will provide full coverage of the Bulgarian presidential elections historical run-off on Sunday, November 18 starting 8 am and ending 4 am next day.

Politics | November 18, 2001, Sunday // 00:00

PARVANOV - 51 %, CLEAR RESULTS STILL TO COME

Socilaist Party leader Georgi Parvanov (44) slightly leads with 51 % of the votes, while current president Petur Stoyanov (49) has at the moment 49 % - first prognostic results say.

Politics | November 17, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

PM:BG'S IMMEDIATE OBJECTIVE IS NATO INVITATION

“Bulgaria’s immediate objective is to receive an invitation for NATO joining at the summit in Prague. This invitation is necessary to guarantee the democratic processes in the country,” Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg said in his address to the Council on Fore

Politics | November 17, 2001, Saturday // 00:00

BG POSITIVE ON MACEDONIAN CONSTITUTION CHANGES

“The Bulgarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs received with satisfaction and hope the constitutional amendments provided for in the Ohrid Framework Agreement of August 13, passed by the Macedonian Parliament,” the Foreign Ministry’s statement on the issue

Politics | November 17, 2001, Saturday // 00:00
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