Only the extremely low turnout prevented Rumen Radev from easily winning his second presidential term in office, while the new party "We Continue the Change" took the lead in the parliamentary race, contrary to..
"This time there are good chances of forming a government," Parvan Simeonov, executive director of the Gallup International Balkan sociological agency, has told BNR. “The protest formations, as we knew them have parted with many..
The start of accession negotiations between the EU and the Republic of North Macedonia depends only on Skopje, Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev, who is running for a second term in office, said. The respect for the rights of Macedonian Bulgarians,..