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With 95% of tally sheets processed, ITN holds 0.2% lead to GERB-SDS

| updated on 7/12/21 3:13 PM
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6 parties and coalitions are expected to enter the new 46th National Assembly of Bulgaria after the early parliamentary elections yesterday, 11 July. According to data of the Central Election Commission, by 13.30 PM on 12 July, 2021, with 98.92% of the section tally sheets having been processed by the section election committees, the data are as follows:

  • There is Such a People (ITN): 645,129 votes or 23.91%
  • Coalition GERB-SDS: 639,221 votes or 23.69%;
  • BSP for Bulgaria: 364,545 votes or 13.51%;
  • Democratic Bulgaria: 338,963 votes or 12.65%;
  • Movement for Rights and Freedoms: 287,912 votes or 10.66%;
  • Stand Up! Thugs Out!: 135,630 votes or 5.03%.

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