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“ST. CYRIL AND ST. METHODIUS” UNIVERSITY OF VELIKO TARNOVO - UNIVERSITY PRESS

Parliamentary elections and reforms in Bulgaria (1944 – 1945 years)


Authors:
Todor Galunov St. Cyril and St. Methodius University of Veliko Tarnovo, Bulgaria

Pages: 102-108

Abstract:

After the coup on September 9 in the country began transformations that gradually impose totalitarian political model. Inthe first years in the country remains decor democratic institutions, albeit heavily eroded, according to the decisive will of BRP (k). They are planned reforms in the political system and the restoration of the procedure of the National Assembly. Partially is restored multiparty system, but only for “trustworthy parties.” Contrary to still formally in force TC introduces the mandatory term and the age of eligibility is fixed at 23 years; It allows the distribution of ballots on the day of the vote. Elections for the 26 NSAs are prepared under the proportional system. However, the opposition boycotted them and involve only the ruling Patriotic Front. So electoral experiments can actually be implemented.

Keywords:

parliamentarians, instruments, totalitarian, party, democracy, constitution, political, imperative, mandate, propagated

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