Voting station for upcoming presidential elections to be opened in Bosilegrad

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A polling station for the upcoming presidential elections in Bulgaria on November 6 will be opened in Bosilegrad, Serbia, the Bulgarian Culture and Information Centre in Bosilegrad has announced. A petition was signed in the town with predominant Bulgarian population and the Serbian Foreign Ministry has given permission for opening of the voting station. It will be situated in the building of the cultural center. This way instead of traveling to Belgrade or Nis, Bulgarians with dual citizenship would be able to vote in Bosilegrad. It is expected that about 200 people from the town and nearby villages in the Western Outlands would use their right to vote.

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