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What does CEDB stand for?

CEDB stands for Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (political party)

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Pavlova, who was Minister in the Cabinet of Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, and his Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party, GERB, says she was stunned by the move to have 50% of the planned assistance for the most disadvantaged come on the expense of investments in infrastructure.
MPs from ruling party Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria supported the bill.
SOFIA, August 31, 2011 (WAFA) -- Member of the European Parliament for the Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party (GERB), Iliana Ivanova, supported the Palestinian bid to gain full United Nations membership of a Palestinian state within 1967 borders and East Jerusalem as its capital on Monday.
SOFIA, August 31, 2011 (WAFA) ' Member of the European Parliament for the Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party (GERB), Iliana Ivanova, supported the Palestinian bid to gain full United Nations membership of a Palestinian state within 1967 borders and East Jerusalem as its capital on Monday.
Raykov already met with the leaders of the three major political formations a the centrist Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria, GERB, led by former PM, Boyko Borisov, the left-wing Bulgarian Socialist Party, BSP, led by another former PM, Sergey Stanishev, and the ethnic Turkish Movement for Rights and Freedoms, led by Lyutvi Mestan.
Plevneliev explained the social crisis triggered by poverty and unemployment grew to a political and parliamentary one with the resignation of the government of Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, and his ruling Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party, GERB.
On February 21, Bulgaria's Parliament approved the resignation of the government of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and his ruling center-right Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (GERB) party amid unprecedented protests against unbearable utility bills, monopolies, and wide-spread poverty.