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Bulgarians abroad do not intend to return to their home country permanently:poll

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Bulgarians living abroad do not intend to return to their home country permanently, the results of a survey conducted by the popular brain gain community Tuk Tam show. 

Those who do not rule out such a possibility say it may happen in the long term. Bulgarians abroad are calling for legislative amendments that would give them more opportunities to participate at elections. 

''We have registered a 25% voter turnout abroad", Dimitar Ivanov from the Bulgarian Election Volunteers Network announced. 

The poll was conducted among 2,500 Bulgarians in 80 countries.

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