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Bulgarians abroad will be able to vote in more polling stations

Bulgarians waiting to vote in London at April 4 parliamentary elections
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Bulgarians living abroad will be able to vote in 791 polling stations in the July 11 parliamentary elections. This was decided by the Central Election Commission. 


The highest number of polling stations outside Bulgaria will be opened in the United Kingdom - 135 and in Turkey - 121.  In EU countries, the largest number of polling stations will be opened in Germany

The number of members of the section commissions abroad is yet to be specified. For this purpose, consultations with the political forces are forthcoming on June 22.

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