Opinion Poll

Personality of 2005: Politician

Boyko Borissov

(Former chief anti-crime fighter, Lieutenant-General Boyko Borissov, as an independent candidate, earned a landslide victory over socialist opponent at runoff Sofia polls, November 5.):

 136 votes.
Emel Etem

(Loyal deputy of Ahmed Dogan at the Movement for Rights and Freedoms, Emel Etem entered the three-party coalition cabinet of the country and took the helm of a new institution – the Disaster Management Ministry.):

 60 votes.
Georgi Parvanov

(Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov has considerably increased the role of the presidential institution at Bulgaria’s political life usually coming out at difficult times with alternative solutions to problems.):

 139 votes.
Sergey Stanishev

(The young leader of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) went through a thorny path to eventually swear in as Bulgaria’s Prime Minister on August 16 after his party won the June 25 general elections.):

 43 votes.
Volen Siderov

(The nationalist leader Volen Siderov and his coalition party Attack produced the greatest surprise at June 25 general elections outpacing in votes all right-wing formations and earning the place of fourth largest political force in the Parliament.):

 67 votes.

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