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Coalition For Bulgaria

The Coalition for Bulgaria (Bulgarian: , Koalitsiya za Bulgaria, KB, or BSP for Bulgaria in 2017) is a leftist electoral alliance in Bulgaria, led by the Bulgarian Socialist Party.

Members of the coalition

Year & Name Member parties
1991
As Pre-Electoral Union[1]
1994 / 1997
As Democratic Left
  • Bulgarian Socialist Party (Balgarska Socialisticheska Partiya)
  • Agrarian Union "Aleksandar Stamboliyski" (Zemedelski Sayuz "Aleksandar Stamboliyski")
  • Political Club "Ecopublicity" (Politicheski Klub "Ekoglasnost")
2001 / 2005
2009
  • Bulgarian Socialist Party (Balgarska Socialisticheska Partiya)
  • Party of Bulgarian Social Democrats (Partiya Balgarski Sotsialdemokrati)
  • Agrarian Union "Aleksandar Stamboliyski" (Zemedelski Sayuz "Aleksandar Stamboliyski")
  • Communist Party of Bulgaria (Komunisticheska Partiya na Bulgaria)
  • Movement for Social Humanism (Dvizhenie za Sotsialen Humanizam)
  • Civil Union "Roma" (Gra?dansko Obedinenie "Roma")
  • New Dawn [bg] (Nova Zora)
2013
  • Bulgarian Socialist Party (Balgarska Socialisticheska Partiya)
  • Party of Bulgarian Social Democrats (Partiya Balgarski Sotsialdemokrati)
  • Agrarian Union "Aleksandar Stamboliyski" (Zemedelski Sayuz "Aleksandar Stamboliyski")
  • Communist Party of Bulgaria (Komunisticheska Partiya na Bulgaria)
  • Movement for Social Humanism (Dvizhenie za Sotsialen Humanizam)
  • Civil Union "Roma" (Gra?dansko Obedinenie "Roma")
  • New Dawn (Nova Zora)
  • European security and integration (Evropeyska sigurnost i integratsiya)
2014
As BSP - Left Bulgaria
  • Bulgarian Socialist Party (Balgarska Socialisticheska Partiya)
  • Party of Bulgarian Social Democrats (Partiya Balgarski Sotsialdemokrati)
  • Agrarian Union "Aleksandar Stamboliyski" (Zemedelski Sayuz "Aleksandar Stamboliyski")
  • Communist Party of Bulgaria (Komunisticheska Partiya na Bulgaria)
  • Movement for Social Humanism (Dvizhenie za Sotsialen Humanizam)
  • Civil Union "Roma" (Gra?dansko Obedinenie "Roma")
  • New Dawn (Nova Zora)
  • European security and integration (Evropeyska sigurnost i integratsiya)
  • Socialdemokrats (Sotsialdemokrati)
  • United Social democracy (Obedinena sotsialdemokratsiya)
  • Union of Communists in Bulgaria (Sayuz na Komunistite v Balgariya)
  • Ecoglasnost (Ekoglasnost)
  • Party of the Bulgarian Communists (Partiya na Balgarskite Komunisti)
2017
As BSP for Bulgaria[2]

Election results

Bulgarian Parliament
Election Seats won Votes % Rank Government
1991
1,836,050 33.1 2nd Opposition
1994
2,262,943 43.5 1st Majority government
1997
939,308 22.1 2nd Opposition
2001
783,372 17.1 3rd Opposition
2005
1,129,196 31.0 1st Coalition government
2009
748,114 17.7 2nd Opposition
2013
942,541 26.6 2nd Coalition government
2014
505,527 15.4 2nd Opposition
2017
955,490 27.9 2nd Opposition

References

  1. ^ 1991 Parliamentary Elections Archived 2007-07-27 at the Wayback Machine University of Essex
  2. ^ "Bulgarian Socialist Party signs election coalition deal with five parties including communists". The Sofia Globe. 7 February 2017. Retrieved 2017.

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