King's Party Registration Postponed*

10 Years Ago | April 30, 2011, Saturday // 02:48|  views

From (Sofia News Agency)

April 30, 2001 

The National coalition King Simeon II was postponed for registration today by the Election commission, the spokesperson Raltisa Negentsova announced.

A leftist coalition, headed by the Socialist party was also rejected. The Supreme Court rejected also last week the king's party registration and Simeon II was pushed to go into coalition with two minor movements – a women's one and a patriotic one.

It is widely expected now that the exiled King Simeon, who came back two months ago to run in the mid-June's elections might have between 25% and 40% of the seats in the future parliament.

*As (Sofia News Agency) became 10 years old on Friday, March 11, 2011, we are reprinting selected articles from our archives that we published on the respective day exactly 10 years ago.

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Tags: Simeon Saxe-Coburg, NSMP


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