Bojko Borisov

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Nativitas: 13 Iunii 1959; Bankya
Patria: Bulgaria

Officium

Officium: Prime Minister of Bulgaria, Mayor of Sofia Capital Municipality, Prime Minister of Bulgaria, Prime Minister of Bulgaria, member of the Bulgarian National Assembly, member of the Bulgarian National Assembly, member of the Bulgarian National Assembly, member of the Bulgarian National Assembly
Munus: politicus, centurio, Siphonarius, karateka, pedilusor, miles, police officer, lecturer, international forum participant

Consociatio

Factio: National Movement for Stability and Progress, Bulgarian Communist Party, Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria
Religio: Christianitas Orthodoxa

Memoria

Laurae: Order of the Republic of Serbia
Bojko Borisov

Bojko Methodii filius Borisov, Bulgarice: Бойко Методиев Борисов (natus Bankjae iuxta Serdicam die 13 Iunii 1959) est politicorum peritus Bulgaricus et erat a die 8 Novembris 2005 usque ad diem 27 Iulii 2009 Serdicae praefectus urbis. Exinde munus primi ministri explevit, postquam die 5 Iulii 2009 in petitionibus Bulgariae vicit. Die 20 Februarii 2013 se a munere removit. Rursus die 5 Novembris 2014 a praeside Rosen Plevneliev ad consilium ministrorum componendum convocatus est. Die 7 Novembris in officio primi ministri a parlamento confirmatus est.

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Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

Vicimedia Communia plura habent quae ad Bojko Borisov spectant.
Primi ministri Bulgariae
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Principatus (1879 - 1908)

Theodorus Burmov · Clemens Turnovski · Dragomirus Tsankov · Petrus Karavelov · Ioannes Casimir Ehrnrooth · Leonidas Sobolev · Dragomirus Tsankov · Petrus Karavelov · Clemens Turnovski · Petrus Karavelov · Basilius Radoslavov · Constantinus Stoilov · Stephanus Stambolov · Constantinus Stoilov · Demetrius Grekov · Theodorus Ivancov · Raco Petrov · Petrus Karavelov · Stoianus Danev · Raco Petrov · Demetrius Petkov · Demetrius Stancov · Petrus Gudev

Regnum (1908 - 1946)

Alexander Malinov · Ioannes Evstratiev Gesov · Stoianus Danev · Basilius Radoslavov · Alexander Malinov · Theodorus Teodorov · Alexander Stambolijski · Alexander Tsankov · Andreas Ljapcev · Alexander Malinov · Nicolaus Musanov · Cimon Georgiev · Petrus Zlatev · Andreas Tosev · Georgius Kjoseivanov · Bogdan Filov · Petrus Gabrovski · Dobri Bozilov · Ioannes Ivanov Bagrianov · Constantinus Muraviev · Cimon Georgiev

Res publica popularis (1946 - 1989)

Georgius Dimitrov · Basilius Kolarov · Vulko Cervenkov · Antonius Jugov · Theodorus Živkov · Stanko Todorov · Georgius Filipov · Georgius Atanasov

Res publica (ab anno 1990)

Andreas Lukanov · Demetrius Iliev Popov · Philippus Dimitrov · Ljuben Berov · Renata Indzova · Zan Videnov · Stephanus Sofijanski · Ioannes Kostov · Simeon Sakskoburggotski · Sergius Stanišev · Bojko Borisov · Marinus Raikov · Plamen Orešarski · Georgius Bliznaški · Bojko Borisov · Ognjan Gerdžikov · Bojko Borisov · Stephanus Janev · Cyrillus Petkov · Galab Donev · Nicolaus Denkov futurus

Consilium ministrorum Bulgaricum Bojko Borisov 2014–2016