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Non-Parliamentary political forces want common election observers

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At a meeting organized by the Toxic Trio, representatives of non-Parliamentary political forces agreed to establish common mechanisms to ensure fair voting at the forthcoming Parliamentary elections.  Practically no one, except for the ruling parties has the resource to provide monitoring and control of all 12,000 polling stations in Bulgaria. That is why, the non-Parliamentary political forces except for “Yes! Bulgaria” agreed to set up a legal team to file coordinated complaints if violations are found during the election process.

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