President Rumen Radev announced, over the weekend, that the presidential election and the election for parliament would take place simultaneously – on 14 November. And even though there are just two months to go until them, the leading political players..
6 parties and coalitions are expected to enter the next, 46 th parliament of Bulgaria after the snap parliamentary election on 11 July. According to data of the Central Election Commission, as of 2 PM on 13 July, 2021, with 99.95% of the..
6 parties and coalitions are expected to enter the new 46 th 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..
The votes cast abroad will ultimately decide the winner from the elections for parliament held on 11 July. According to data from the Central Election Commission website, with 55.23% of the tally sheets from the votes cast abroad having..
“Everything is ready for the election on Sunday, 11 July,” Atanas Tsvetanski, West London volunteer and election coordinator said for the BNR. “ We have 5 polling stations and in all five there will be a voting machine, they have arrived and will..
All of the 421 voting machines for the election abroad have been delivered. They have been dispatched to the diplomatic and consular missions, caretaker Minister of Foreign Affairs Svetlan Stoev announced at a press conference. This week the..
“All machines earmarked for the voting abroad have already been dispatched to the Bulgarian missions. The additional 1,637 voting machines for use inside the country are expected in Sofia on the night of 29 June. The devices were purchased by public..
The mission of observers from the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, OSCE, for the upcoming parliamentary elections on 11 July presented their interim report for the period from 9 to 23 June. The amendments to the Election..
“Always during elections we have recommended that, if the Bulgarian tourists in the country do not have a permanent address during their holiday but are close to the border, they should go and vote abroad,” said Rositsa Mateva, deputy chair of the..
“The regional governor of Smolyan has reported that in his region, in some of the towns and villages, unprecedented pressure is being exerted on members of the public, voters, in all kinds of ways," Deputy Prime Minister and interim Minister of the..