Stefan Antonov Sofiyanski (Стефан Антонов Софиянски, en bulgare) est un homme politique bulgare, membre de l'Union des démocrates libres (DSS).Il a été maire de Sofia entre 1995 et 2005, Premier ministre en 1997 et a fait partie de l'Union des forces démocratiques (SDS).

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  • Stefan Antonov Sofiyanski (Стефан Антонов Софиянски, en bulgare) est un homme politique bulgare, membre de l'Union des démocrates libres (DSS).Il a été maire de Sofia entre 1995 et 2005, Premier ministre en 1997 et a fait partie de l'Union des forces démocratiques (SDS).
  • Stefan Antonow Sofijanski, bułg. Стефан Антонов Софиянски (ur. 7 listopada 1951 w Sofii) – bułgarski polityk i ekonomista. Szef Komitetu ds. Poczty i Telekomunikacji w latach 1991–1993, burmistrz Sofii w latach 1995–2005, deputowany do Zgromadzenia Narodowego 37. i 40. kadencji (1994–1995, 2005–2009). W 1997 przez trzy miesiące pełniący obowiązki premiera tymczasowego rządu Bułgarii.
  • Стефан Антонов Софиянски е български политик от Съюза на демократичните сили (СДС), след 2001 г. - от Съюза на свободните демократи (ССД). Той е министър-председател на България в правителство на България (83) (1997) и кмет на София (1995-2005).Стефан Софиянски е народен представител в 37-то (1994–1995) и 40-то (2005–2009) народно събрание.
  • Stefan Antonov Sofiyanski (Bulgarian: Стефан Антонов Софиянски) (born November 7, 1951 in Sofia) has been a leading member of the Union of Democratic Forces in Bulgaria. He served as interim Prime Minister in 1997 and was a three-term Mayor of Sofia.A statistics graduate from the Karl Marx Higher Institute of Economics, Sofiyanski held a number of positions in the Ministry of Communications and Information during communist rule. He served in the cabinet of Filip Dimitrov and became one of the leading members of the UDF. He was elected Mayor of Sofia in 1995 and served in this position, being re-elected twice - in 1999 and 2003, until 2005 when he resigned to become a parliamentary deputy. He was appointed as caretaker PM by President Petar Stoyanov in 1997 until such time as Ivan Kostov could form a government.In 2001 he announced that he was to leave the UDF and form his own party. He ultimately formed the Union of Free Democrats and, although it initially remained a part of the UDF, Sofiyanski and his party threw in their lot in with the Bulgarian People's Union. On Jan 1, 2007 he joined the European Parliament as one of Bulgaria's interim members until the elections in May of the same year.In June 2008 Sofiyanski drew criticism from human rights advocates for his homophobic remarks following Bulgaria's first gay pride parade. In an interview for Darik Radio Sofiyanski said he "would never have authorized the parade," had he still been Sofia's mayor. With regard to the GLBT community, he stated that "those people have their rights to personal choice and privacy, however, homosexuality is condemned by the Bible and is unnatural, and has no right to publicity. It is as if thieves had a parade — because those people are thieves of morality."
  • Stefan Antonow Sofijanski (bulgarisch Стефан Антонов Софиянски; * 7. November 1951 in Sofia) ist ein bulgarischer Politiker, ehemaliger langjähriger Bürgermeister von Sofia und ehemaliger Ministerpräsident.
  • Сте́фан Анто́нов София́нский (болг. Стефан Антонов Софиянски; 7 ноября 1951, София) — болгарский государственный и общественный деятель.
  • Stefan Antonov Sofijanski (in bulgaro: Стефан Антонов Софиянски; Sofia, 7 novembre 1951) è un politico bulgaro ed è stato primo ministro della Repubblica di Bulgaria ad interim e sindaco di Sofia per tre mandati.Laureato in statistica all'Istituto Superiore di Economia "Karl Marx", Sofijanski ricoprì svariati incarichi al Ministero delle Comunicazioni e dell'Informazione durante il periodo di governo comunista e nei governo di Filip Dimitrov fino a diventare uno dei membri di spicco dell'Unione delle Forze Democratiche (UDF). Fu rieletto due volte, nel 1999 e nel 2003 fino al 2005 quando si dimise per diventare deputato parlamentare. Nel 1997 fu nominato primo ministro ad interim dal presidente Petăr Stojanov fino a che Ivan Kostov non ebbe modo di formare il nuovo governo.Nel 2001 annunciò che avrebbe lasciato l'UFD per formare un proprio partito [1]. Alla fine diede vita all'Unione dei Democratici Liberi e, pur rimanendo una parte dell'UFDS, si sono uniti all'Unione Popolare Bulgara. Il 1º gennaio 2007 entrò a far parte del parlamento europeo come uno dei membri ad interim della Bulgaria fino alle elezioni parlamentari europee nel maggio dello stesso anno.Nel giugno 2008 Sofijanski si attirò addosso svariati critiche dai fautori dei diritti umani per i suoi punti di vista omofobi in seguito al primo gay pride bulgaro. In un'intervista radio Sofijanski affermò che "non avrebbe mai autorizzato la parata", mentre era ancora sindaco di Sofia. Riguardo alla comunità GLBT affermò che "queste persone hanno il diritto alle proprie scelte personali e private, comunque l'omosessualità è condannata dalla Bibbia ed innaturale e non ha diritto di pubblicizzarsi. È come se i ladri facessero una parata - perché queste persone sono ladri di moralità".
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  • Stefan Antonow Sofijanski, bułg. Стефан Антонов Софиянски (ur. 7 listopada 1951 w Sofii) – bułgarski polityk i ekonomista. Szef Komitetu ds. Poczty i Telekomunikacji w latach 1991–1993, burmistrz Sofii w latach 1995–2005, deputowany do Zgromadzenia Narodowego 37. i 40. kadencji (1994–1995, 2005–2009). W 1997 przez trzy miesiące pełniący obowiązki premiera tymczasowego rządu Bułgarii.
  • Стефан Антонов Софиянски е български политик от Съюза на демократичните сили (СДС), след 2001 г. - от Съюза на свободните демократи (ССД). Той е министър-председател на България в правителство на България (83) (1997) и кмет на София (1995-2005).Стефан Софиянски е народен представител в 37-то (1994–1995) и 40-то (2005–2009) народно събрание.
  • Stefan Antonow Sofijanski (bulgarisch Стефан Антонов Софиянски; * 7. November 1951 in Sofia) ist ein bulgarischer Politiker, ehemaliger langjähriger Bürgermeister von Sofia und ehemaliger Ministerpräsident.
  • Сте́фан Анто́нов София́нский (болг. Стефан Антонов Софиянски; 7 ноября 1951, София) — болгарский государственный и общественный деятель.
  • Stefan Antonov Sofijanski (in bulgaro: Стефан Антонов Софиянски; Sofia, 7 novembre 1951) è un politico bulgaro ed è stato primo ministro della Repubblica di Bulgaria ad interim e sindaco di Sofia per tre mandati.Laureato in statistica all'Istituto Superiore di Economia "Karl Marx", Sofijanski ricoprì svariati incarichi al Ministero delle Comunicazioni e dell'Informazione durante il periodo di governo comunista e nei governo di Filip Dimitrov fino a diventare uno dei membri di spicco dell'Unione delle Forze Democratiche (UDF).
  • Stefan Antonov Sofiyanski (Bulgarian: Стефан Антонов Софиянски) (born November 7, 1951 in Sofia) has been a leading member of the Union of Democratic Forces in Bulgaria. He served as interim Prime Minister in 1997 and was a three-term Mayor of Sofia.A statistics graduate from the Karl Marx Higher Institute of Economics, Sofiyanski held a number of positions in the Ministry of Communications and Information during communist rule.
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