People in Bulgaria and abroad are to cast their ballots via voting machines in polling stations with more than 300 voters during the forthcoming early general elections on July 11. Paper ballots will be used in hospitals and nursing homes...
5 PM on 26 May is the deadline for submission of applications by parties and coalitions to the Central Election Commission (CEC) for registration for participation in the elections, according to the chronogram of the early elections for parliament..
The new Central Election Commission was appointed today by a decree issued by President Rumen Radev. Kamelia Neykova chairs the new commission . There are 62 days left until the early general elections on July 11. According..
President Rumen Radev is expected to issue a decree today dissolving parliament and appointing a new Central Election Commission and a caretaker government which will have the task of organizing early elections. The caretaker cabinet is..
All of the 15 nominations for members of the new Central Election Commission meet the legal requirements, President Rumen Radev stated after the public hearing of the candidates. The President urged them to begin preparations for the early..
Kamelia Neykova is the new chairman of Bulgaria's Central Election Commission, Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev announced after consultations with the parliamentary forces . Neykova was nominated by the party "There is such a people" (ITN) and replaces..
On May 7, at 8 am, President Rumen Radev is to conduct the additional consultations with the political parties and coalitions represented in parliament to nominate a chairman of the Central Election Commission. The reason is the withdrawal of the only..
The GERB party will withdraw its proposal for Krassimir Tsipov to become chairman of the new Central Election Commission. This was announced by the leader of GERB and outgoing Prime Minister Boyko Borissov after convening the Executive Committee of the..
After three failed attempts the 45 th National Assembly has not been able to form a regular government, and it is now up to President Rumen Radev to appoint a caretaker cabinet that will undertake to prepare the holding of early elections for..
On May 5, Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev is to hold consultations with the political parties and coalitions represented at this country’s National Assembly to acquaint himself with their nominations for members of the Central Election Commission ,..