After more than four years of political wrangling, Bulgaria may soon have a new coat of arms. But the new emblem is more likely to be identified with a single party than with the state as a whole by STEFAN KRAUSE SINCE PRESIDENT ZHELYU Zhelev officially abolished the emblem of the People’s Republic of Bulgaria […]

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