Bulgarian Democratic-Constitutional Party

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Bulgarian Democratic-Constitutional Party (in Bulgarian: Българска демократ-конституционна партия) was a right-wing political party in Bulgaria, led by Ivan Ambarev.

The party was founded in Plovdiv on January 3, 1990 as the Bulgarian Democratic-Monarchist Party (Българска демократ- монархическа партия).[1][2] The name 'Bulgarian Democratic-Constitutional Party' was adopted on February 5, 1990;[1] as of 1990, the party was led by a National Operations Centre, chaired by Ivan Ambarev.[1] It had its headquarters in Plovdiv.[1][3] Apart from Ambarev other party leaders included Alexander Dolev and Nikolay Buckov.[4]

The party was registered on April 18, 1990.[4]

In 1993 the party participated in the Federation of the Kingdom of Bulgaria coalition.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Valentin Danevski (1990). Politicheski partii, dvizhenii︠a︡, i organizat︠s︡ii v Bŭlgarii︠a︡ i tekhnite lideri. Izd-vo Sofii︠a︡ pres. p. 55.
  2. ^ Aleksandŭr Banderov; Todor Chonov (1990). Politicheski partii, obshtestveni organizat︠s︡ii i dvizhenii︠a︡ v Bŭlgarii︠a︡, 1990. Izd-vo "Khristo G. Danov". p. 17.
  3. ^ JPRS Report: East Europe (147–153 ed.). Foreign Broadcast Information Service. 1990. p. 21.
  4. ^ a b c Мулен Куманов; Таня Николова (1999). Политически партии, организации и движения в България и техните лидери 1879-1999: кратък справочник. Арианда. p. 117.