Low voter turnout, provoked by voter fatigue, and by the fact that October 3 is a national holiday in Germany . In this context, the election day is passing in the country where one of the largest Bulgarian communities in the world lives. Radio..
Many of us still remember the long queues that formed in the British capital during last year's first parliamentary elections. Similar activity is observed there today, as there are also many Bulgarians who went to the polling stations for the first..
A little over 6.6 million Bulgarians are eligible to vote today. For the fourth time within the space of 18 months, their votes will determine who is going to sit in Bulgaria’s 240-seat parliament. We asked members of the public what their attitudes..
Many of us still remember the long queues that formed in the British capital during last year's first parliamentary elections. Similar activity is..
A sip of modernism and abstract beauty - this is what a tiny art gallery in Veliko Tarnovo - the former Bulgarian capital with a millennial-long history,..
Today is election silence day in Bulgaria before the snap parliamentary election in the country on 2 October. The election campaign of the candidates..