Opinion Poll

Personality in the News 2011 - Politics

Tomislav Donchev

(Though still not as great as one would hope, Bulgaria's absorption of EU funds has seen a notable growth in 2011 largely attributed to the efforts of technocratic EU Funds Minister Tomislav Donchev.):

 161 votes.
Meglena Kuneva

(Kuneva's third place in the 2011 Bulgarian presidential race has been regarded as an impressive performance given her run as an independent, without any backing from political parties.):

 1040 votes.
Antonia Parvanova

(Parvanova's pro-activeness as a MEP has led many to describe her as one of the most prominent Bulgarians in the European Parliament.):

 180 votes.
Rosen Plevneliev

(2011 saw Plevneliev's rise from the status of most popular minister in the Borisov Cabinet to a landslide election win, becoming the 4th democratically elected President of Bulgaria.):

 715 votes.
Sergey Stanishev

(Although the Bulgarian Socialist Party keeps struggling in opposition formation, its leader Stanishev remains firmly in charge, ending the year with his election as President of the Party of European Socialists.):

 195 votes.

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