Rabotnichesko Delo

Rabotnichesko Delo

 

(The Workers’ Cause), a daily newspaper published in Sofia, the organ of the Central Committee of the Bulgarian Communist Party. It began publication on Mar. 5, 1927, and is the successor to the newspaper Rabotnicheski vestnik (founded September 1897). Circulation, 850,000 (1976).

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Borisov described Ivan Kostov, former Prime Minister and a leader of the right-wing Democrats for Strong Bulgaria (DSB), as a communist, paraphrasing excerpts from alleged publications of Kostov in Rabotnichesko Delo, the official newspaper and organ of the Bulgarian Communist Party.
Hija del controvertido politico bulgaro Georgi Bokov, quien fuera editor del Rabotnichesko Delo, el periodico oficial del Partido Comunista de Bulgaria en los tiempos de la Guerra Fria, Bokova es egresada del Instituto Estatal de Relaciones Internacionales de Moscu.
The mother-of-twoAais well-connectedAuthe daughter of communist-era politician Georgi Bokov, who worked as editor-in-chief of Rabotnichesko Delo, the official newspaper and organ of the Bulgarian Communist Party, and the sister of Philip, one of President Georgi ParvanovAAEs main advisers.