Ekaterina Mikhailova was born on 24 October 1956 in Pazardzhik. She
completed her higher education at the Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia
with a degree in law.
Lawyer's practice in Pazardzhik.
Member of the United Christian Democratic Centre.
1991 - 1994 - deputy to the 36th National Assembly elected from
Deputy Chair of the Parliamentary group of the UDF.
Member of the Legislative Committee.
1994 - 1997 - deputy to the 37th National Assembly from the
1995 - Deputy Chair of the Committee on Human Rights and Religious
1997 - MP in the 38th National Assembly.
Leader of the Parliamentary Group of the UDF.
2001 - Deputy to the 39 National Assembly; Leader of the UDF, after Ivan Kostov withdrew from the post.
2004 - Joined the Kostov-led group of MPs to form a new parliamentary
group of the United Democratic Forces and later found a new political party -
Democrats for a Strong Bulgaria expected to participate in the 2005 election.
2005 - elected deputy to the 40th National assembly from the DSB.