Elections for 46th National Assembly of Bulgaria to be held on July 11, 2021. In this section you can find comprehensive coverage on this topic, including news reports, commentaries and analyses. You can also learn more about the history of parliamentary elections in Bulgaria.
The nationalist political party VMRO has officially announced that it is leaving the United Patriots coalition and will run in the parliamentary elections on its own. The decision is not due to a conflict with its partners, party members announced...
To date, 50 countries have agreed to open polling sections on their territory for the upcoming Bulgarian parliamentary elections, in compliance with local anti-epidemic measures . This was announced by Bulgaria's Minister of Foreign Affairs Ekaterina..
Bulgaria’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has invited international observers to attend the forthcoming Parliamentary elections in Bulgaria scheduled for April 4, the foreign ministry informs. “Ensuring fair, free and democratic elections according to..
67 days before the parliamentary elections in Bulgaria scheduled for April 4, 5 political parties and coalitions would certainly enter the next parliament, according to a representative study by Trend news agency , commissioned by the 24 Chasa..
Bulgaria’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has contacted more than 120 countries on occasion of the forthcoming Parliamentary elections on April 4 and the opportunity for Bulgarians abroad to exercise their constitutional right to vote. "We will face..
The upcoming parliamentary elections on April 4th will be different than any of the previous ones. The reason, of course, is that they will take place in a situation of pandemic. No institution or government in Europe or in the world is able to..
In a special address to the nation, President Rumen Radev announced he was setting the date for parliamentary elections in the country on 4 April, 2021.This is one week after the earliest possible date after the expiry of the term of office of the..
The Public Council of Bulgaria's Central Election Commission (CEC) believes that holding elections in pandemic conditions is possible, but requires careful planning , BTA reported. In order to gain the trust of political entities, voters and members..
At the initiative of Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev, consultations on taking the necessary measures to hold fair and transparent Parliamentary elections, guaranteeing the right to vote and the health of Bulgarian citizens begin at the..
After a year like no other, attention-riveting elections for parliament are to take place in Bulgaria in the spring of 2021. The civil discontent and vociferous protests during the past Covid-year failed to bring about early parliamentary..