Bulgaria’s Central Election Commission (CEC) has officially announced the distribution of the Parliamentary seats among the political forces represented at the 47th National Assembly. “We continue the Change” will be represented by 67 MPs in..
With 60.95% of the section tally sheets having being processed in Bulgaria and abroad, Rumen Radev and Iliana Yotova earned 49.15% of the votes at the Presidential elections, followed by Anastas Gerdzhikov- Nevyana Miteva- 22.18%. As of 10 am on..
GERB/SDS would earn the highest number of votes, if Parliamentary elections were held today. The coalition would earn 23.8% of the votes, indicates a survey of Exacta Research Group, financed with own funds. The poll was conducted between October 29..
Six political formations would enter Bulgaria’s new National Assembly if elections were held today. Another political force stands a chance of crossing the 4% barrier, a survey of the Center for Analysis and Marketing, conducted with own funding,..
The initiative committee, which nominated Professor Anastas Gerdzhikov and Colonel Nevyana Miteva for president and vice president , has summited the documents for the registration of the candidates to the Central Election Commission. The..
The coalition GERB/SDS presented at a press conference their own prospective cabinet before meeting with President Rumen Radev to receive and return the second cabinet-forming mandate. Daniel Mitov was again nominated for Prime Minister of Bulgaria...
Bulgaria’s National Assembly voted a resolution accepting the withdrawal of Prime Minister-designate Plamen Nikolov and declaring the unsuccessful completion of the cabinet-forming mandate of There is Such a People (ITN) party. Thus, President Radev..
Six Bulgarian MEPs from GERB/SDS have sent a letter to their colleagues from the European Parliament and to the European Commission stating that “the caretaker government acts as President Radev’s campaign team for the presidential elections coming up..
Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev began consultations with members of the political forces represented at the 45th National Assembly about the formation of new government. "The complicated security environment, the Covid-19 pandemic and the..
56.2% of Bulgarians approve of the formation of a new government and 37.4% prefer new elections, indicates a fast telephone survey of Gallup International Balkan polling agency conducted among 831 respondents between April 12 and 14. Gallup..