3 August 2005 In the 15 years since the collapse of Communism, Bulgaria has managed to consolidate its democratic governance system with a stable Parliament, sound government structures, an active civil society, and a free media. Over this period a number of general, presidential, and local elections have been held freely, fairly, and orderly. Power […]

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