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1989 Revisited: December 1989 removal of leading role of Bulgarian Communist Party December 9, 2019

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The new regime immediately repealed restrictions on free speech and assembly, which led to the first mass demonstration on 17 November, as well as the formation of anti-communist movements. Nine of them united as the Union of Democratic Forces (UDF) on 7 December.[52] The UDF was not satisfied with Zhivkov’s ouster, and demanded additional democratic reforms, most importantly the removal of the constitutionally mandated leading role of the Bulgarian Communist Party.

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