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Stoyan Danev.

Stoyan Petrov Danev (Bulgarian: Стоян Петров Данев) (28 January 1858 - 30 July 1949) was a leading Bulgarian liberal politician and twice Prime Minister.

A legal graduate of both the University of Heidelberg and the University of Paris, Danev served in a number of Ministerial roles, including Foreign Minister, and became known as a strong supporter of Imperial Russia.[1] During Danev's first period of Prime Minister (which began on 4 January 1902) the question of the Macedonians came to the fore. A group known as the Macedonian Supreme Committee had been established in Sofia by Trayko Kitanchev which aimed to reclaim Macedonian land from the Ottoman Empire. In 1902 the group launched an uprising in the Struma River region, although it was put down and Stanev, under advice from Russia, outlawed the movement. His reign was dogged by Macedonia from then until 1903 when he was removed from office due to fear of an all out Macedonian uprising, as well as his opposition to the warlike Macedonian bands who enjoyed some popualr support in Bulgaria, and replaced by General Racho Petrov.[2]

Danev went on to serve in a number of moderate coalition governments and was a signatory of the Treaty of London. When it became clear that Tsar Ferdinand did not intend honouring the treaty Danev was chosen to succeed Ivan Evstratiev Geshov as Prime Minister, although his second ministry proved brief.

References

  1. ^ Todor Burmov descendent is Queens’ Counsel
  2. ^ S.G. Evans, A Short History of Bulgaria, London, Lawrence and Wishart, 1960, p. 147
Preceded by
Petko Karavelov
Prime Minister of Bulgaria
1902-1903
Succeeded by
Racho Petrov
Preceded by
Ivan Evstratiev Geshov
Prime Minister of Bulgaria
1913
Succeeded by
Vasil Radoslavov
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