9 November 2001 SOFIA, 6 November (Stina)–Only two weeks ago, the presidential race seemed locked up. The incumbent president of Bulgaria, Petar Stoyanov, who is running for a second term, was designated by all opinion polls to be a clear winner in the 11 November election. But a “dark horse” suddenly appeared and Bulgaria’s presidential […]

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