Features of the “Velvet Revolution” in Bulgaria

• 1988-1989. the emergence and formation of various opposition movements.
• Powerful demonstrations in May 1989.
• November 10, 1989 The leader of the republic was removed. Petr Mladenov was elected the new General Secretary of the BCP.
• November 17. The Bulgarian parliament elected Mladenov as the head of the country’s State Council.
• February 1990 The Communist Party gave up its monopoly of power.
• June 1990 First free elections

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