People for Real, Open and United Democracy

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People for Real, Open and United Democracy
Leader Slavi Binev
Founded 22 April 2012
Dissolved 12 August 2013
Split from Attack
Merged into National Front for the Salvation of Bulgaria
Headquarters Sofia, Bulgaria
Ideology National conservatism
Euroscepticism
Political position Right-wing
Religion Bulgarian Orthodox Church
National affiliation Patriotic Front
European affiliation Europe of Freedom and Democracy (2009–2014)
National Assembly
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European Parliament
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Website
gord.bg
Politics of Bulgaria
Political parties
Elections

People for Real, Open and United Democracy, abbreviated to PROUD, was a political party in Bulgaria. It was formed by Slavcho Binev MEP on 22 April 2012,[1] after Binev left the nationalist party Attack, for whom he had been elected to the European Parliament in 2007.

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Gaydazhieva, Stanislava (23 April 2012). "Slavi Binev founds movement to oppose 'Borisov dictatorship'". New Europe. Retrieved 22 March 2013.