Bulgarians in 68 countries across the world will vote in a total of 784 polling stations on July 11, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has reported. The biggest number of polling stations open in the UK - 135, followed by Germany with 117, and..
Early elections in Bulgaria took place a week ago and talks on forming a new government have already started, but disputes about the vote of Bulgarian emigrants to Turkey continue. The DOST union that broke away from DPS and failed to enter parliament,..
The Central Election Commission has begun reprocessing the election protocols in order to check and eliminate any inconsistencies. It is expected that the final distribution of votes for parties and coalitions and the number of seats each of them would..
Limiting the number of polling stations in countries outside the EU and the prohibition of using languages other than Bulgarian during the election campaign are said to be part of the problems that international observers from OSCE and PACE reported on..
Talks over forming a coalition are to start next week. This became clear after today's meeting of the Executive Committee of GERB. Last night party leader Boyko Borissov said that first final results of the early parliamentary vote and the distribution..
Early parliamentary elections are held in Bulgaria today. Polling stations opened at 7 a.m. local time and will remain open until 8 p.m. A total of 13 parties, 9 coalitions and 21 initiative committees with independent candidates take part in the..
This Friday the Bulgarian press focuses on ongoing election tensions between Bulgaria and Turkey. A major reason became yesterday's criticisms voiced by Turkish President Erdogan that on the eve of parliamentary elections Bulgaria exerted "pressure"..
A study of the Estat agency on political attitudes of Bulgarians, conducted days before the parliamentary elections on March 26, shows that voter turnout would be between 55 and 60 percent. The study forecasts that six parties would enter Parliament -..
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) sends 15 observers to the upcoming parliamentary elections in Bulgaria on March 26th. In the period March 24 to 27, PACE observers will be working together with representatives of the..
The Bulgarian press today pays attention to the meeting of the President with the Prosecutor General and the heads of the special services in connection with the expulsion of three Turkish citizens and the situation related to the parliamentary..