GERB Will Not Have Full Majority – Poll
If elections were held today, the GERB party will not have a full majority, shows a poll of the Afis agency, owned by the Bulgarian Socialist Party member Yurii Aslanov.
According to the survey, done among 1200 adult Bulgarian citizens between August 16 and 21, even if GERB formed a coalition with the rightist Reformist Bloc, they will not have the necessary 121 seats in parliament.
The Afis results show that in Parliament will enter seven parties.
The poll shows that GERB would have 90 seats, BSP – 64 seats, the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) – 29 seats, the Reformist Bloc – 18 seats, the party of former Bulgarian President Georgi Parvanov, ABV – 14 seats, the party of the journalist-turned-politician Nikolai Barekov – Bulgaria Without Censorship – 13 seats and the nationalist coalition Patriotic Front – 12 seats.
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