Prime Minister of Bulgaria

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Prime Minister of the Republic of Bulgaria
Министър-председател на България
Coat of arms of Bulgaria.svg
Dimitar Glavchev (46NS).png
Incumbent
Dimitar Glavchev
since 9 April 2024
Member of European Council
Appointer National Assembly
Term length 4 years
No term limit
First holder Todor Burmov
Salary~ 7 000 BGN/US$ 3,846 per month [1]
Website www.government.bg

The prime minister of Bulgaria (Bulgarian : Министър-председател, romanized: Ministar-predsedatel) is the head of government of Bulgaria. They are the leader of a political coalition in the Bulgarian parliament – known as the National Assembly of Bulgaria (Народно събрание, Narodno sabranie) – and the leader of the cabinet. At times, the prime minister has been appointed by the President of Bulgaria. [2]

Dimitar Glavchev has been the caretaker prime minister of Bulgaria since 9 April 2024.

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References

  1. "Bulgaria hikes pay for MPs, Prime Minister and President". 14 February 2018.
  2. "Bulgaria President Appoints Social Policy Advisor Interim PM". Balkan Insight. 1 August 2022. Retrieved 2023-02-22.