Election results might show that the Reformist Bloc has already grown into a single political player, Radan Kanev, one of the bloc's leaders, announced.
Parallel tabulations of 100% of the Gallup and Alpha Research agencies show that next National Assembly of Bulgaria will have representatives of eight parties and coalitions.
A parallel tabulation of 98% of the votes, done by the Gallup agency and quoted by the BNT national broadcaster, shows that the ethnic Movement for Rights And Freedoms (DPS) is very close to becoming the second largest party in Bulgaria's Parliament.
With no clear winner emerging from Sunday’s early general elections, Bulgaria looks set for “further political instability”, Agence France Presse said in its news coverage of the vote.
Center-right GERB, to which all exit polls ascribed victory in Sunday's early elections, enjoys support from most categories of age and education, data by pollsters Alpha Research and Gallup shows.
A total of 77,059 voters have cast ballots in polling stations abroad in Bulgaria’s early parliamentary elections by 7 pm Sofia time on Sunday.
A parallel vote tabulation of 50% of the votes, done by the Alpha research agency shows that eight parties and coalitions will enter Bulgaria's Parliament.
Bulgaria’s Reformist Bloc (RB) will support policies rather than parties or their leaders in possible talks on entering a government coalition, a leading RB member said on Sunday.
An exit poll of the Gallup agency as of 7 PM, shows that in next Bulgarian Parliament will sit representatives of 8 parties and coalitions.
Boyko Borisov, leader of the centre-right party GERB, which gets most votes at Bulgaria's early elections, said he was afraid the country might face another early elections and added he was ready for offers from the other parliamentary represented parties
The forthcoming Bulgarian legislature will be the first one in which 95 percent of voters will be represented in Parliament, sociologist Zhivko Georgiev from Gallup agency told the Bulgarian National Television.
A total of eight parties and coalitions have won enough votes in Sunday’s snap general elections to enter Bulgaria’s next Parliament, an exit poll showed.
GERB is leading in October 5's early elections in Bulgaria with 35 percent, according Exacta Research Group, the agency that grew out of the national pollster closed down by the previous legislature.
Election results have taught the BSP not to backtrack on a number of issues, MEP and key party member Iliana Iotova has said.
Eight Bulgarian political parties have won enough votes in Sunday’s snap elections to enter Parliament, an exit poll by Gallup International showed.
Bozhidar Lukarski, one of the Reformist Bloc's leaders, has been cautious about future coalitions, saying the coaliton should await the final results.
“GERB remains the most influential Bulgarian party,” said Rumyana Bachvarova, member of the executive committee of GERB, commenting on the exit poll results of the early elections for the Bulgarian National Television.
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