Parvanov, a former chair of the largest Bulgarian leftist formation, the Bulgarian Socialist Party, in the late 1990s, and two-term President of Bulgaria in 2002-2012, spoke Thursday at a forum of the leaders of the Social Democrat movements in Bulgaria on the occasion of the 121st anniversary since the founding of the first left party in Bulgaria, the Bulgarian Social Democratic Party, in 1891, and the 119th anniversary since its admission to the Socialist International.
What does BSDP stand for?
BSDP stands for Bulgarian Social Democratic Party
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The ownership of the Buzludzha Monument, located at the site of the founding of the Bulgarian Social Democratic Party in 1891, was transfered from the Bulgarian state to the Bulgarian socialist party in 2011.
The listed parties are center-right GERB, nationalist Ataka, leftist Bulgarian Socialist Party, the centrist party of former king Simeon Saxe-Coburg NDSV, conservative Order, Law and Justice (RZS), the Bulgarian Social Democratic Party and the Blue Coalition Plus, which brings together nine right-wing political formations.