- Bulgarian United Communist Party
Bulgarian United Communist Party (in Bulgarian: "Българска единна комунистическа партия") was a
political partyin Bulgaria. The party was founded on December 11 1993. It was led by Atanas Vasilev and Michail Michailov.
2000the party merged into the Bulgarian Communist Party "Georgi Dimitrov".
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