1859 - 1924
1874 - 1893 Studied in the Aprilov Secondary school in Gabrovo and in Nikolaevsk, Russia. Studied Law in Odessa and Paris.
1894 - 1896: Speaker of the Eight Ordinary National Assembly.
1894 - 1923: Elected MP repeatedly.
1896 - 1897: Minister of Justice in Stoilov's Cabinet.
1897 - 1899: Minister of Finance in Stoilov's Cabinet. Public prosecutor at Sofia District Court and Member of the Court of Appeals.
1911 - 1913: Minister of Finance in Geshov’s and Danov’s cabinets.
1918 - 1919: Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs and Religions. Headed the Bulgarian delegation at Paris Conference negotiations.
1923: Took part in the preparation of the coup d'etat against the government of the Bulgarian Agrarian People’s Union (BAPU).