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Lyutvi Mestan

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Preceded by  Ahmed Dogan
Spouse  Shirin Mestan
Role  Bulgarian Politician
Name  Lyutvi Mestan

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Born  December 24, 1960 (age 54) Chorbadzhiysko, Bulgaria (1960-12-24)
Political party  Movement for Rights and Freedoms
Party  Movement for Rights and Freedoms
Children  Ervin Mestan, Edi Mestan, Denis Mestan
Similar People  Ahmed Dogan, Delyan Peevski, Boyko Borissov, Shirin Mestan, Sergei Stanishev

Education  Veliko Tarnovo University

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Lyutvi Ahmed Mestan (Bulgarian: Лютви Ахмед Местан, Turkish: Lütfi Ahmet Mestan) (born 24 December 1960) is a Bulgarian politician of Turkish-Bulgarian origin. He was chairman of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms from January 2013 to 24 December 2015. He has been the Member of Parliament for Kardzhali. He was removed as party leader by the DPS central council and expelled from the party for what it considered an excessively pro-Turkish government stance following the downing of a Russian bomber jet by the Turkish Air Force. He subsequently founded a new political force, DOST, acronym of Democrats for Responsibility, Solidarity and Tolerance in Bulgarian, and a double entendre also signifying friend in Turkish. The party is based on pro-EU, pro-NATO and liberal opinions.

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