GERB Headed for Election Win– CEC Partial Results
Bulgaria’s center-right opposition GERB has received 31.13% of the votes, according to the latest results by the Central Electoral Commission (CEC).
With 75.32% of voting protocols processed, GERB seems to be headed for election landslide. Ruling Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) comes second with 18.85% of the votes in Sunday's European elections.
The Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) is third with 16.41% of support, while Bulgaria without Censorship, a new party led by a former journalist, received 10.66% the votes.
The Reformist Bloc was voted for by 6.43% of Bulgarians, and is followed by the far-right parties Ataka and the National Front for Salvation of Bulgaria (NFSB), as well as President (2002-2011) Georgi Parvanov's movement Alternative for Bulgarian Revival (ABV) which are not likely to pass the 5.88% threshold.
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