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Bulgaria’s Central Election Commission distributes Parliamentary seats among the political forces

| updated on 4/11/21 4:53 PM
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Bulgaria’s Central Election Commission (CEC) has officially announced the distribution of the Parliamentary seats among the political forces represented at the new National Assembly, reported BGNES. GERB/SDS coalition is represented by 75 MPs in the new Parliament. “There is Such a People” party has 51 MPs. BSP for Bulgaria sends 43 MPs to this country’s new National Assembly, MRF-30 MPs, Democratic Bulgaria-27 MPs and “Stand up! Thugs Out”-14 MPs.

CEC removed nine candidate MPs from MRF, two candidate MPs from "There is Such a People" party and two candidate MPs from GERB from the list of elected MPs, including Premier Boyko Borissov, upon receipt of their requests.  

The Central Election Commission is to analyze the entire election process, including the difficulties, and is to submit to this country’s National Assembly a report with proposals for changes to the electoral law, announced the Chairman of CEC Alexander Andreev. Earlier, the commission’s spokesperson Dimitar Dimitrov specified that CEC has received a total of 400 complaints in connection with the Parliamentary elections held on April 4. “There have been many difficulties, especially abroad, where there have never been so many polling stations before”, explained Dimitar Dimitrov.

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