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Pangalawang Pangulo ng Bulgarya

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Vice President ng of the Republic of Bulgaria
Вицепрезидент на България (Bulgaro)
Viceprezident na Bǎlgarija (Bulgarian Latin)
Incumbent
Iliana Iotova

mula 22 January 2017
IstiloHer Excellency
TirahanBojana Residence, Sofija
Haba ng terminoFive years, renewable once
Nabuo1 August 1990
Unang humawakAtanas Semerdžiev

Ang pangalawang pangulo ng Bulgarya ay isang posisyon, na itinatag ng Constitution of Bulgaria, at ang tanging aktibong vice presidential office sa European Union (EU).[Note 1]

Ang bise presidente ay inihalal sa pamamagitan ng popular na boto, kasama ang presidente. Ang mga kandidato para sa presidente at bise presidente ay tumatakbo sa kanilang tiket sa partido at ipinagbabawal na maglingkod sa anumang iba pang posisyon sa halalan.

Ayon sa konstitusyon, ang bise presidente ay dapat maging pangunahing katulong ng pangulo sa kanyang mga opisyal na tungkulin.[1]

Noong 1971–1990, ang mga Tagapangulo ng Konseho ng Estado — Todor Zhivkov (1971–1989) at Petar Mladenov (1989–1990) — ay ang mga pinuno ng estado ng Bulgaria. Ang Unang Deputy Chairmen ng Konseho ng Estado ay mga kinatawang pinuno ng estado. Ang Konseho ng Estado ay inalis noong Abril 3, 1990.

Nasa ibaba ang isang listahan ng mga unang kinatawang tagapangulo ng Konseho ng Estado at mga bise presidente ng Republika ng Bulgaria:

The First Deputy Chairmen of the State Council of Bulgaria, 1971–1990[baguhin | baguhin ang wikitext]

Deputy chairmen of State Council of People's Republic of Bulgaria
First Deputy Chairman Term of office Political party Chairman
Portrait Name Took office Left office Duration
Krastyu Trichkov
Кръстю Тричков
(1923–?)
8 July 1971 27 July 1972 1 taon, 19 araw Fatherland Front Todor Zhivkov
Georgi Andreev
Георги Андреев
(1929−2011)[2]
8 July 1971 30 April 1973 1 taon, 296 araw Fatherland Front Todor Zhivkov
Georgi Traykov
Георги Трайков
(1898–1975)[3]
27 July 1972 1 November 1974 2 taon, 97 araw Fatherland Front Todor Zhivkov
Petur Tanchev
Петър Танчев
(1920–1992)[4][5]
1 November 1974 14 December 1989 15 taon, 43 araw Fatherland Front Todor Zhivkov
Petar Mladenov
Angel Dimitrov
Ангел Димитров
(1927–2005)[6]
14 December 1989 3 April 1990 110 araw Fatherland Front Petar Mladenov

Vice President, 1990–present[baguhin | baguhin ang wikitext]

Elected by parliament, 1990–1992[baguhin | baguhin ang wikitext]

The following vice presidents were elected by the parliament.

Vice Chairman
(Vice President)
Term of office Political party Chairman
(President)
Portrait Name
(Born–Died)
Took office Left office Duration
Atanas Semerdzhiev
Атанас Семерджиев
(1924–2015)
1 August 1990 22 January 1992 1 taon, 174 araw Bulgarian Socialist Party Zhelyu Zhelev

Directly elected, 1992–present[baguhin | baguhin ang wikitext]

The following vice-presidents were elected by the people.

Vice President Term of office Political party President
Portrait Name
(Born–Died)
Took office Left office Duration
Blaga Dimitrova
Блага Димитрова
(1922–2003)
22 January 1992 6 July 1993 1 taon, 165 araw Union of Democratic Forces Zhelyu Zhelev
Vacant 6 July 1993 22 January 1997 3 taon, 200 araw Vacant
Todor Kavaldzhiev
Тодор Кавалджиев
(1934–2019)
22 January 1997 22 January 2002 5 taon, 0 araw United Democratic Forces Petar Stoyanov
Angel Marin
Ангел Марин
(born 1942)
22 January 2002 22 January 2012 10 taon, 0 araw Bulgarian Socialist Party Georgi Parvanov
Margarita Popova
Маргарита Попова
(born 1956)
22 January 2012 22 January 2017 5 taon, 0 araw Independent / GERB Rosen Plevneliev
Iliana Iotova
Илиана Йотова
(born 1964)
22 January 2017 Incumbent 7 taon, 134 araw Bulgarian Socialist Party Rumen Radev


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  1. "Ika-apat na Kabanata: Pangulo ng Republika". Constitution. National Assembly of the Republic of Bulgaria. Inarkibo mula sa ang orihinal noong 12 Hulyo 2013. Nakuha noong 30 Abril 2012.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: date auto-translated (link)
  2. Radio Free Europe Research. Survey of East European Developments. July 1971
  3. Radio Free Europe Research. Survey of East European Developments October–December 1974
  4. Radio Free Europe Research. Survey of East European Developments October–December 1974
  5. Radio Free Europe Research. Weekly Record of Events in Eastern Europe. 30 November to 6 December 1989
  6. Radio Free Europe Research. Weekly Record of Events in Eastern Europe. 30 November to 6 December 1989