- To·dor [taw-dawr] /ˈtɔ dɔr/, 1911–98, Bulgarian political leader: prime minister 1962–71, president 1971–89.
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The hallmark of Zhivkov's leadership has been his intense loyalty to the leaders of the Soviet Union.
Unlike Chervenkov, however, Zhivkov based his government on the principle of collective leadership.
Zhivkov's rule, like that of his predecessor, emulated the Soviet model.
At the same time, this move increased Zhivkov's control over the party.
Internal problems continued to plague the Zhivkov government.
- Todor (ˈtɔdor). 1911–98, Bulgarian statesman and party leader; prime minister (1962–71); president (1971–89)