By Raymond Detrez
Just like the different contributors of the extinct Warsaw Pact, Bulgaria has been immersed in reconstructing its economic system and construction a democratic executive. even as, it truly is reforging nationwide cohesion regardless of huge spiritual and ethnic minorities at domestic and Bulgarian minorities overseas. The ''Historical Dictionary of Bulgaria'' is the main complete and updated reference paintings in this Balkan kingdom. It deals students a convenient resource at the very important personalities, political events, administrative buildings, and up to date occasions which are shaping the recent Bulgaria. The dictionary's concise entries additionally describe the $64000 humans, locations, and occasions in its previous, in addition to its financial system, society, and tradition. A selective bibliography permits entry to additional resources of data. This easy-to-use reference paintings additionally incorporates a chronology of Bulgarian background, a transliteration scheme for Cyrillic script, and lists of Bulgarian rulers, cupboards, and political events and organisations. It presents an important start line for a person drawn to engaging in examine at the historical past or fiscal and political improvement of this jap ecu kingdom, and it'll turn out to be a useful reference software.
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10 and 17 June: First free post-communist elections. Mid-June to July 7: University of Sofia students’ strike. 29 June: Lukanov reaffirmed as prime minister. 6 July: President Mladenov resigns. 12 July: Georgi Dimitrov’s mausoleum is closed down; his embalmed body is cremated. 17 July: First session of a new GNA. 1 August: Zhelev is elected state president by the GNA; Atanas Semerdzhiev becomes vice-president. 3 August: The UDF elects Petûr Beron as its new chair. 22 August: The Lukanov cabinet resigns.
Aleksandûr Lilov is elected party leader. 1 February: The Georgi Atanasov cabinet, which has been in power since March 1986, resigns. 2 February: Lilov elected BCP leader. 3 February: Andrey Lukanov is elected prime minister by the NA. The UDF refuses to form a coalition government. 7 February: BANU breaks the 42year coalition with the BCP. 8 February: Lukanov presents his cabinet to the NA. 6 March: The NA legalizes strikes. 1 April: The BCP is renamed the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP). ” The Council of State is abolished; its chair, Mladenov, is elected to the new post of state president.
5 December: Amendment of the constitution in favor of the monarch adopted. 1885 6 September: Union with Eastern Rumelia. 2–16 November: Serbo-Bulgarian war. 1886 3 March: Serbia and Bulgaria sign peace treaty. 24 March: Bulgaria and the Ottoman Empire sign the Tophane peace treaty, through which Istanbul recognizes the union. 9 August: Coup d’état of pro-Russian officers. King Alexander is forced to abdicate and is kidnapped. 10 August: Countercoup engineered by Stefan Stambolov. 14 August: Stambolov invites the king to come back and rule again.