Politician who was elected President of Bulgaria in 2012. Previously, he had served as Minister of Regional Development and Public Works.
He attended the Higher Mechanical-Electrotechnical Institute in Sofia and, following his graduation, became a fellow at the Institute for Microprocessing Technology. He established a Bulgarian development and building company when he was thirty years old.
He was highly critical of the British immigration policies of Prime Minister David Cameron.
He married Yuliyana Plevnelieva; they had three sons together.
During part of Plevneliev's term as President of Bulgaria, Boyko Borisov held office as the country's Prime Minister.