Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev has announced that he will call Parliament to convene by end May.
Maya Manolova from the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) has said that she simply fulfilled her civic duty when she submitted the tip-off about the 350 000 illegal ballots to the prosecuting authority.
Lyuvi Mestan, leader of Bulgaria’s predominantly ethnic Turkish party Movement for Rights and Freedoms, has declared that his party will cooperate with the Socialist after the May 12 general election.
Bulgarian caretaker Prime Minister Marin Raykov has vowed to interfere if the pre-trial proceedings uncover violations concerning the public procurement contract for the printing of the ballots for the May 12 general elections and government officials can
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev will meet Friday with representatives of all four parties that made it to Parliament after the May 12 general election.
Bulgarian nationalist party Ataka (Attack) will not enter a coalition government with the center-right GERB of former PM Boyko Borisov, Ataka leader Volen Siderov declared on Wednesday.
Bulgarian prosecutors have confirmed that the 350 000 illegal ballots that were seized from a printing house on the eve of Bulgaria’s general election were ready to be dispatched.
Bulgaria’s Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov has criticized former Prime Minister Boyko Borisov for claiming that prosecutors illegally meddled in the election process.
Two individuals have been sentenced for vote buying in favor of the predominantly ethnic Turkish party Movement for Rights and Freedoms, Chief Prosecutor Sotir Tsatsarov has announced.
A total of 49.15% of all Bulgarian eligible voters living abroad voted for the predominantly ethnic Turkish party Movement for Rights and Freedoms in Sunday’s general election.
Bulgaria’s president is expected to convene the new parliament within less than a month after the names of the MPs are confirmed.
The formerly opposition Socialist and ethnic Turk parties combined have managed to prevail - though very slightly - over the recently ousted centrist GERB and their potential allies - nationalist Ataka, official final results show.
Bulgarian prosecutor’s office is expected to come up with a statement on Wednesday on the fake ballots scandal that rocked the country just a day before the early general elections.
There are only small discrepancies between latest results by Austrian institute SORA's parallel count and official data by Bulgaria's election authority regarding Sunday's early general elections in Bulgaria.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party has reiterated that it will not seek a political coalition, but rather a broadly supported expert cabinet in the wake of Sunday's snap general elections in Bulgaria.
The seats in the 42nd Bulgarian General Assembly will, most likely, be divided equally between the Socialists and ethnic Turks on one side, and the centrist GERB and the nationalist Ataka on the other.
Bulgaria’s predominantly ethnic Turkish Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) will not enter a coalition with either the center-right GERB party or the ultranationalist Ataka (Attack), DPS leader Lyutvi Mestan has declared.
For a second consecutive day, the winner of the May 12 early general elections, the formerly-ruling centrist Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party, GERB, is keeping silent on the results and future plans.
An abandoned bag containing unused ballot papers was discovered Monday afternoon in Bulgaria's southern city of Plovdiv on the day after the general elections.
The formerly-ruling centrist Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria party, GERB, plans to accept the mandate for appointing a new government and table a minority Cabinet in the Parliament.
The nationalist National Front for Salvation of Bulgaria, NFSB, is going to ask for invalidation of the May 12 early general elections as the party is convinced their result was purposely lowered.
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