Coalition for Bulgaria

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BSP for Bulgaria
БСП за България
BSP za Bulgaria
Abbreviation KB
Leader Korneliya Ninova
Founded 1991
Headquarters 20 Positano Street, Sofia
Political position Centre-left to Left-wing
European affiliation Party of European Socialists
European Parliament group Progressive Alliance of Socialists and Democrats
Colors Red
National Assembly
80 / 240
European Parliament
4 / 17
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The Coalition for Bulgaria (Bulgarian: Коалиция за България, Koalitsiya za Bulgaria, KB, or BSP for Bulgaria in 2017) is a leftist electoral alliance in Bulgaria, led by the Bulgarian Socialist Party.

Members of the coalition[edit]

1991 (under the name Pre-Electoral Union)[1]

1994 / 1997 (under the name Democratic Left)

  • Bulgarian Socialist Party (Balgarska Socialisticheska Partiya).
  • Agrarian Union "Aleksandar Stamboliyski" (Zemedelski Sayuz "Aleksandar Stamboliyski")
  • Political Club "Ecopublicity" (Politicheski Klub "Ekoglasnost")

2001 / 2005

2009

  • Bulgarian Socialist Party (Balgarska Socialisticheska Partiya).
  • Party of Bulgarian Social Democrats (Partiya Balgarski Sotsialdemokrati).
  • Agrarian Union "Aleksandar Stamboliyski" (Zemedelski Sayuz "Aleksandar Stamboliyski")
  • Communist Party of Bulgaria (Komunisticheska Partiya na Bulgaria).
  • Movement for Social Humanism (Dvizhenie za Sotsialen Humanizam)
  • Civil Union "Roma" (Graždansko Obedinenie "Roma")
  • New Dawn (bg) (Nova Zora)

2013

  • Bulgarian Socialist Party (Balgarska Socialisticheska Partiya).
  • Party of Bulgarian Social Democrats (Partiya Balgarski Sotsialdemokrati).
  • Agrarian Union "Aleksandar Stamboliyski" (Zemedelski Sayuz "Aleksandar Stamboliyski")
  • Communist Party of Bulgaria (Komunisticheska Partiya na Bulgaria).
  • Movement for Social Humanism (Dvizhenie za Sotsialen Humanizam)
  • Civil Union "Roma" (Graždansko Obedinenie "Roma")
  • New Dawn (Nova Zora)
  • European security and integration (Evropeyska sigurnost i integratsiya)

2014 (under the name BSP - Left Bulgaria)

  • Bulgarian Socialist Party (Balgarska Socialisticheska Partiya).
  • Party of Bulgarian Social Democrats (Partiya Balgarski Sotsialdemokrati).
  • Agrarian Union "Aleksandar Stamboliyski" (Zemedelski Sayuz "Aleksandar Stamboliyski")
  • Communist Party of Bulgaria (Komunisticheska Partiya na Bulgaria).
  • Movement for Social Humanism (Dvizhenie za Sotsialen Humanizam)
  • Civil Union "Roma" (Graždansko Obedinenie "Roma")
  • New Dawn (Nova Zora)
  • European security and integration (Evropeyska sigurnost i integratsiya)
  • Socialdemokrats (Sotsialdemokrati)
  • United Social democracy (Obedinena sotsialdemokratsiya)
  • Union of Communists in Bulgaria (Sayuz na Komunistite v Balgariya)
  • Ecoglasnost (Ekoglasnost)
  • Party of Bulgarian Communists (bg; zh) (Partiya na Balgarskite Komunisti)

2017 (under the name BSP for Bulgaria)[2]

  • Bulgarian Socialist Party
  • Communist Party of Bulgaria
  • Ecoglasnost
  • New Dawn
  • Agrarian Union "Aleksandar Stamboliyski"
  • Trakiya political club

Elections results[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1991 Parliamentary Elections Archived 2007-07-27 at the Wayback Machine. University of Essex
  2. ^ "Bulgarian Socialist Party signs election coalition deal with five parties including communists". The Sofia Globe. 7 February 2017. Retrieved 8 February 2017. 

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