Opinion Poll

Personality in the News 2013 - Politics

Irina Bokova

(The first female Secretary General of UNESCO was re-elected to a new 5-year term.):

 983 votes.
Boyko Borisov

(Bulgaria's former prime minister, who resigned in February amid massive protests. Even though his center-right GERB party earned the highest percentage of votes in May’s elections, it was forced into opposition.):

 587 votes.
Plamen Oresharski

(The Prime Minister of Bulgaria resisted over 6 months of intense and massive anti-government protests, and despite the pressure is determined to pull the country out of the deep economic and social crisis.):

 263 votes.

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