Todor Burmov

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Todor Burmov
Тодор Бурмов
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1st Prime Minister of Bulgaria
In office
17 July 1879 – 6 December 1879
MonarchAlexander
Preceded byNew Office
Succeeded byVasil Drumev
Minister of Interior
In office
17 July 1879 – 6 December 1879
PremierHimself
Preceded byNew Office
Succeeded byDimitar Grekov
Minister of Education
In office
17 July 1879 – 7 August 1879
PremierHimself
Preceded byNew Office
Succeeded byGeorgi Atanasovich
Minister of Finance
In office
18 March 1883 – 19 September 1883
PremierLeonid Sobolev
Preceded byLeonid Sobolev
Succeeded byGrigor Nachovich
In office
21 August 1886 – 24 August 1886
PremierVasil Drumev
Preceded byPetko Karavelov
Succeeded byIvan Geshov
Personal details
Born(1834-01-14)14 January 1834
Gabrovo Province, Ottoman Empire
Died7 November 1906(1906-11-07) (aged 72)
Sofia, Bulgaria
Political partyConservative Party (until 1885)
Progressive Liberal Party (1885–1906)
Alma materImperial Moscow University

Todor Stoyanov Burmov (Bulgarian: Тодор Стоянов Бурмов; 14 January 1834 – 7 November 1906) was a Bulgarian politician. He was a member of the Conservative Party and the first Prime Minister of Bulgaria when it became independent, in 1879.

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