Vasil Radoslavov

Vassil Radoslavov

1854 - 1929

Born: Lovech

1882: Graduated Law in Heidelberg, Germany.

1884 - 1886: Minister of Justice in Karavelov's and Bishop Kliment's cabinets.

1886 - 1887: Prime Minister, Minister of Finance and Minister of Internal Affairs of the Principality of Bulgaria. Established his own Liberal Party (Radoslavists).

1887 – 1894: Participated in the integrated opposition against Stambolov.

1888 – 1918: One of the editors with the “Narodni Prava” newspaper.

1894: Minister of Justice and Minister of National Enlightenment in Doctor Stoilov's Cabinet.

1899 - 1900: Minister of Internal Affairs in Ivanchov's Cabinet.

1903: Put on trial by the State Court for high treason. Sentenced to eight-month imprisonment and debarment of civil and political rights forever (the trial against the participants in the Radoslavist regime). Granted amnesty by the Stambolovists.

1913 - 1918: Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Bulgaria.

1913 - 1915: Minister of Internal Affairs and National Health.

1915 - 1918: Minister of Foreign Affairs and Religions.

1918: Emigrated in Germany after the Solun armistice.

1922: Tried in default as one of the perpetrators for the national catastrophes.

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