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Commenting article: Elections 2013: Atlantic Club President to Clash with Former PM Borisov

Bulgaria’s former foreign minister and Atlantic Club President Solomon Passy will face off former prime minister Boyko Borisov in the elections in May.

Passy will run on the ticket of a coalition between the former king's party and the ethnic Turkish 'dissidents' in Bulgaria’s second-biggest city of Plovdiv.

Solomon Passy is the founder and President of the Atlantic Club of Bulgaria, former Bulgarian Foreign Minister (in the government of Simeon Saxe-Coburg in 2001-2005), and Chairperson-in-Office of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe in 2004.

Al - 5 Apr 2013 // 20:59:24

What a stupid move.

Years ago, I also thought of Kuneva as a reasonable option.

Forget it.

Only one sensible option for all of us: Uncle B.

tess1488 - 5 Apr 2013 // 21:10:47

I agree, however uncle B, well, is he not getting a touch sleazy?

MysteryHP - 6 Apr 2013 // 17:29:33

hahahahah, the Passy guy is back again. Hahahhahahah. Bulgaria needs serious people with logical ideas to fix the country. I hope Bulgaria is not returned back to such incapable people to run the country. Let's hope for new and bright ideas from new and bright people.

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