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Alternative For Bulgarian Revival

The Alternative for Bulgarian Revival (Bulgarian: ?, ; Alternativa za balgarsko vazrazhdane) is a centre-left[3]political party in Bulgaria. The party's initials in Bulgarian, '', are the first three letters of the Cyrillic alphabet, equivalent to 'ABC'.[4]

History

The party was founded and is led by Georgi Parvanov, who was President of Bulgaria from 2002 to 2012, as a splinter from the Bulgarian Socialist Party.[5] In the May 2014 European elections, the party received 4% of the vote, failing to elect any MEPs.[6] In the October 2014 parliamentary election, the party received 4.15% of the vote and 11 seats in the National Assembly.[7]

List of chairmen

No Name
(Birth-Death)
Portrait Term of office
1 Georgi Parvanov
(1957-)
Georgi S. Parvanov.jpg 25 January 2014 15 January 2017
2 Konstantin Prodanov
(1977-)
15 January 2017 19 May 2018
3 Rumen Petkov
(1961-)
19 May 2018 Incumbent

Statistics

European Parliament
Election # of seats won # of total votes % of popular vote rank participated as...
2014

[8]

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90,061[8] 4.02%[8] 6th[8] single party " - ?"
2019

[9]

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16,759[9] 0.86%[9] 13th[9] part of the coalition " "
Bulgarian National Assembly
Election # of seats won # of total votes % of popular vote rank
2014
136,223 4.15% 8th
2017
54,409 1.55% 10th
Kalfin for President
Election # of total votes (1st round) % of popular vote (1st round) rank (1st round) # of total votes (2nd round) % of popular vote (2nd round) rank (2nd round)
2016 125,531 3.28% 7th - - -

References

  1. ^ Nordsieck, Wolfram (2017). "Bulgaria". Parties and Elections in Europe.
  2. ^ Popivanov, Boris (2014). Changing Images of the Left in Bulgaria. Columbia University Press. p. 160.
  3. ^ a b Krasimirov, Angel (27 July 2014). "Bulgaria's Socialists pick new leader as election looms". Reuters.
  4. ^ Leviev-Sawyer, Clive (26 January 2014). "Purvanov project hits BSP, Borissov's GERB back in the lead - poll". The Sofia Globe.
  5. ^ Carney, Sean (6 October 2014). "Bulgaria Vote Fails to Break Deadlock". The Wall Street Journal.
  6. ^ " ? 25.05.2014 ?. ". ? 2014. CIK (Central electoral commission of Bulgaria).
  7. ^ " ? 100% ? ". ? ? 2014. CIK (Central electoral commission of Bulgaria).
  8. ^ a b c d e " :: ? 2014". results.cik.bg (in Bulgarian). Retrieved .
  9. ^ a b c d e "?  : 2019". results.cik.bg (in Bulgarian). Retrieved .

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