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The first year of post-Zhivkov governance brought substantial political confusion and paralysis, despite the country's desperate need to concentrate on economic reform. The interim cabinet and parliament of 1990 provided only stopgap measures, not the longterm planning that all factions believed necessary. The coalition government of Dimitur Popov came to power at the beginning of 1991 with broad support but under the worst economic conditions since World War II.
Data as of June 1992
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