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Bulgarian National Union – New Democracy

Bulgarian National Union - ND
Leader Boyan Rasate
Headquarters Sofia, Bulgaria
Ideology National Socialism
Political position Far-right
International affiliation None
Colours White, Green, Red, Black
National Assembly
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Politics of Bulgaria
Political parties
BNU-ND leader Boyan Rasate
BNU-ND against homosexuality
BNU-ND poster against EU

Bulgarian National Union - New Democracy (BNU-ND) is a National Socialist political party based in Sofia. Party is patriotic and protecting Bulgarian values. BNU-ND uses the proto-Bulgarian symbol IYI. Party leader is Boyan Rasate. BNU-ND aims to protect the Bulgarian people mostly from the Gypsy crimes and drug addicts and drunks. The party is also against all other holidays are not Bulgarian to celebrate in Bulgaria. In Bulgaria is celebrating only Bulgarian holidays, and is also against celebrating 9 May.


After the establishment of the party BNU-ND decided to not support any other party in Bulgaria.

Objectives of the party

Form of government:

• Bulgaria is the country of the Bulgarian people. Therefore, leadership and the right to lead this country belongs to the Bulgarian people.

• We want a strong centralized state power in the hands of decent and responsible for the fate of the nation Bulgarians.

• We reject the current multi-party parliamentary democracy as a form of government that is compromised, does not correspond with the mentality and historical needs of the Bulgarian nation and as such appears to be detrimental to his fate.

Political parties, instead of keeping nationally responsible policy serve specific political interests and divide Bulgarian nation. So we want dissolving all political parties and all organizations, undermining the foundations of the Bulgarian state and society.

• We are working for the National Assembly, composed of professionals, elected on a regional basis and competent in their field representatives of different backgrounds and professions.

Economy: • The means of production and natsionalnoto economy can be both private and public.

• The strategic sectors of the economy and public life are a priority and owned by Bulgarian state.

• Bulgaria will develop trade and economic relations with all countries with which there is a mutual interest, whether capitalist or socialist, Christian or Muslim by religion.


• We want a modern armed conscript army for all boys and girls.


• Bulgarian nation is divided into different religions and so the state can not have special treatment to any religious community. Our duty is to unite all Bulgarians under one flag, irrespective of their religion. All Bulgarians regardless of their religion are obliged to work unitedly for the welfare of his people and the Bulgarian state.

Education, science, culture and art:

• We have to keep the Bulgarian traditions, culture and art. All "Western" and other foreign influences should be minimized.

Bulgarian ethnic territory:

• our Homeland is larger than Bulgaria. Bulgarian minorities outside of the Republic of Bulgaria are an integral part of the Bulgarian nation and state should protect their interests by any means. BULGARIA - these are Mizia, Thrace, Macedonia and Dobrudzha.

Care Bulgarian nature and health of the people:

• The greatest wealth of Bulgaria is its people. Therefore the main task of the state to care for the health of its citizens and to ensure the prosperity and further development of its people.

• Care for Bulgarian nature care for Bulgarian people. We want to protect the environment because we can not accept to live in dirt and debris, breathing poisoned air and to eat junk food.

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