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February 4, 1997 | From Associated Press
Bulgaria's ruling Socialist Party named a new government Monday, risking violence from struggling citizens who have demonstrated daily over the country's economic chaos. Tensions were high Monday as the Socialists--the Communists' successors--ignored pointed suggestions by the president to surrender their mandate to govern. Traffic came to a complete standstill in Sofia, the capital, as public transport workers went on strike and students blocked key intersections.
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February 4, 1997 | From Associated Press
Bulgaria's ruling Socialist Party named a new government Monday, risking violence from struggling citizens who have demonstrated daily over the country's economic chaos. Tensions were high Monday as the Socialists--the Communists' successors--ignored pointed suggestions by the president to surrender their mandate to govern. Traffic came to a complete standstill in Sofia, the capital, as public transport workers went on strike and students blocked key intersections.
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December 3, 1990 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Expectations of American aid and support from U.S. diplomats appear to have encouraged Bulgaria's opposition in its six-month effort to bring down the only former Communist government in Eastern Europe to emerge victorious in multi-party elections. U.S. government officials openly shared the disappointment of anti-Communist activists within the 16-party Union of Democratic Forces when the Bulgarian Socialist Party won nearly 53% of the vote in June.
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December 3, 1990 | CAROL J. WILLIAMS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Expectations of American aid and support from U.S. diplomats appear to have encouraged Bulgaria's opposition in its six-month effort to bring down the only former Communist government in Eastern Europe to emerge victorious in multi-party elections. U.S. government officials openly shared the disappointment of anti-Communist activists within the 16-party Union of Democratic Forces when the Bulgarian Socialist Party won nearly 53% of the vote in June.
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