FILE PHOTO: Bulgarian parliament speaker Ognyan Gerdzhikov leaves his desk at the parliament in Sofia, February 4, 2005. REUTERS/Julia Lazarova/File photo
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Bulgaria's newly appointed interim prime minister has pledged to maintain political stability and continuity as he leads the Balkan country towards a parliamentary election on March 26, its third since 2013 .On Tuesday President Rumen Radev named Ognyan Gerdzhikov, a law professor and former speaker of parliament, to head an interim cabinet following the resignation of Bulgaria's center-right government late last year.The outgoing center-right government of Boiko Borisov had succeeded in reviving Bulgaria's economy, the poorest in the 28-nation European Union, cutting unemployment to an eight-year low and bringing state finances back into the black.
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