Petar Gudev

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Petar Gudev
Петър Гудев
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16th Prime Minister of Bulgaria
In office
16 March 1907 – 29 January 1908
Monarch Ferdinand
Preceded by Dimitar Stanchov (Acting)
Succeeded by Aleksandar Malinov
Personal details
Born 13 July 1863
Gradets, Present-day Bulgaria
Then-Ottoman Empire
Died 8 May 1932(1932-05-08) (aged 68)
Sofia, Bulgaria
Political party People's Liberal Party

Petar Todorov Gudev (Bulgarian: Петър Тодоров Гудев) (13 July 1863, Gradets – 8 May 1932, Sofia) was a leading Bulgarian liberal politician, who served as Prime Minister.

Gudev was appointed Prime Minister following the assassination of his predecessor Dimitar Petkov (with Dimitar Stanchov serving a few days as interim).[1] His reign proved fairly brief, running from 16 March 1907 until 28 January 1908, and during this time he became notorious for corruption, plundering public funds for his own use.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ American Association for South Slavic Studies, Balkanistica, Volume 14, Slavica, 2001, p. 127
  2. ^ R. J. Crampton, A Concise History of Bulgaria, Cambridge University Press, 2005, p. 129