13 March 2002 SOFIA, 10 March (Dnevnik)–Predictions that 2002 would be a year of […] stability sound quite optimistic today. After the government’s majority in parliament started falling apart last week [five deputies from the National Movement Simeon II (NDSV) left the party and declared themselves independent], the survival of the current Bulgarian Prime Minister–and […]

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