by Iva Nikolova SOFIA, 13 June (Dnevnik)–On 17 June, the government of Simeon Saxecoburggotski marked its first anniversary in power. [The former Bulgarian king’s party, the National Simeon II Movement, won the parliamentary elections on that date a year ago.] But the current opinion poll ratings indicate that either the cabinet hasn’t done its job […]

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