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The Vice President of the Republic of Bulgaria is a position established by the Constitution of Bulgaria and the only vice presidential office in Europe.

The Vice President is elected in a popular vote, along with the President. Candidates for President and Vice President run on their party ticket, and is prohibited from serving in any other post upon election.

According to the constitution, the Vice President shall be principal assistant to the President in his/her official duties.

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Vice President of Bulgaria, 1990-1992

Elected by the parliament.

Name Took Office Left Office President
Atanas Semerdzhiev 1 August 1990 22 January 1992 Zhelyu Zhelev

Vice President of Bulgaria, 1992-present

Elected by the people.

Name Took Office Left Office President
Blaga Dimitrova 22 January 1992 6 July 1993 Zhelyu Zhelev
Todor Kavaldzhiev 22 January 1997 22 January 2002 Petar Stoyanov
Angel Marin 22 January 2002 Present Georgi Parvanov

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