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What does UFD stand for?

UFD stands for Union of Democratic Forces (Republic of the Congo)

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Tsvetanov said the Blue Coalition, when in power in 1997 - a reference to when one of the coalition's constituent parties, the Union of Democratic Forces, was in government - had failed to investigate or convict anyone in connection with the collapse of the banking sector and the financial crisis of the time.
The paper is making an analysis of the political activity of the former presidents of the neighboring countries and concludes that in an identical way to former president Branko Crvenkovski, former Bulgarian president Petar Stojanov, upon ending his term, restored himself to the head of the Union of Democratic Forces (SDS).
Education Minister Yordanka Fandukova, nominated by her party GERB as its candidate for mayor in the by-election in Sofi a on November 15, will also be backed by the two centre-right parties in the Blue Coalition--the Union of Democratic Forces (UDF) and the Democrats for a Strong Bulgaria--as well as by Volen Siderov's ultra-nationalists Ataka.
The Reformist Bloc currently consists of the Democrats for Strong Bulgaria party (DSB), the Bulgaria for Citizens party of former European Commissioner Meglena Kuneva, the Greens party, the National Party Freedom and Dignity, the right-wing Blue Unity party, the right-wing Union of Democratic Forces (UDF) and the Bulgarian Agrarian People's Union (BZNS).
The Bulgaria for Citizens Movement party proposes that the right-wing Union of Democratic Forces (UDF) party and the Bulgarian Agrarian National Union (BZNS) party headed by Nikolay Nenchev be included in the formation, according to reports of mediapool.