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Council of ministers building

Council of ministers building is where the Bulgarian prime-minister is working. The prime-minister office’s windows are facing the Presidency which is 100 meters from the Government building.

The building of the Council of ministers is part of the so called  Largo which is an  architectural ensemble of three Socialist classicism buildings built in the 1950s with the intention to become the city’s new representative centre.

Today Council of ministers building is regarded as one of the prime examples of Socialist Classicism architecture and is one of thee main landmarks of Sofia.

The ensemble consists of the former Party House – the headquarters of the Bulgarian Communist party, now used as administrative offices by the National Assembly . This edifice is in the centre and is surrounded by:TZUM department store,the Council of Ministers building, the President”s office, Hotel Sheraton and the Ministry of Education.

A Council of Ministers of Bulgaria decree was published in 1951 regarding the construction of the Largo.

The centre of the city was damaged by the bombing of Sofia during World War II so in the autumn of 1952 new reconstruction started.

The Party House building, once crowned by a red star  on a pole was completed in 1955, while the TZUM part of the edifice followed in 1957. The five-pointed red star has often served since  1917 as a symbol of communism. One interpretation sees the five points as representing the five fingers of the worker’s hand, as well as the five continents.

The fountain between the President’s Office and the National archeological museum was shaped in 1958. The Largo also once featured a statue of Vladimir Lenin, which was later removed and replaced by the one of St. Sophia in 2000.

The Council of Ministers is the main authority of the executive power in the Republic of Bulgaria. It consists of the Prime Minister of Bulgaria and all the specialized ministers

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PRIME MINISTERS OF THE REPUBLIC OF BULGARIA

   

(1990 – present)

 
# Name (Born-Died) Portrait Elected Took Office Left Office Political Party
Minister-Chairmen 1991 onwards
41 Dimitar Iliev Popov (1927– ) No image.svg 1990 7 December 1990 8 November 1991 Non-party
42 Philip Dimitrov (1955– ) Dimitrov.JPG 1991 8 November 1991 30 December 1992 Union of Democratic Forces
43 Lyuben Berov (1925–2006) Lyben Berov, Bulgarian Prime Minister.jpg 30 December 1992 17 October 1994 Non-party
44 Reneta Indzhova (1953– ) (acting) No image.svg 17 October 1994 25 January 1995 Non-party
45 Zhan Videnov (1959– ) No image.svg 1994 25 January 1995 13 February 1997 Bulgarian Socialist Party
46 Stefan Sofiyanski (1951– ) (acting) No image.svg 13 February 1997 21 May 1997 Union of Democratic Forces
47 Ivan Kostov (1949– ) Ivan kostov.jpg 1997 21 May 1997 24 July 2001 Union of Democratic Forces
48 Simeon Sakskoburggotski (1937– ) Simeon II of Bulgaria.jpg 2001 24 July 2001 17 August 2005 National Movement Simeon II
49 Sergei Stanishev (1966– ) Sergey Stanishev 2009 elections.jpg 2005 17 August 2005 27 July 2009 Bulgarian Socialist Party
50 Boyko Borisov (1959– ) B Borisov 05.jpg 2009 27 July 2009 13 March 2013 GERB
51 Marin Raykov (1960– ) (acting) Marin Raykov Bulgarian Acting PM 2013.jpg 13 March 2013 29 May 2013 Non-party
52 Plamen Oresharski (1960– ) Plamen Oresharski.jpg 2013 29 May 2013 6 August 2014 Non-party
53 Georgi Bliznashki (1956– ) (acting) No image.svg 6 August 2014 7 November 2014 Non-party
(50) Boyko Borisov (1959– ) B Borisov 05.jpg 2014 7 November 2014

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