by Stefan Krause At the beginning of 1997, Bulgaria seemed on the verge of total collapse. But as the year progressed, the demise of the Socialist government and the takeover by the former opposition brought the beginning of long overdue reforms. Early 1997 found Bulgaria in a situation that almost amounted to a constitutional vacuum. […]

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