The three parties, which will enter Bulgaria's Parliament at the Oct.
A lot drawing on Wednesday at the Central Electoral Commission (CEC) HQ in Sofia decided the numbers assigned to the ballot papers for the upcoming early elections on October 5.
Polling agency Sova Harris has announced that Bulgaria's next Parliament is likely to consist of 5 parties.
A repetition of last year's events at the Kostinbrod state printing house is impossible, the Central Electoral Commission (CEC) says.
Certain media outlets have not published their election campaign ads tariffs and the Central Electoral Commission (CEC) will probably address this matter, CEC spokesman Tsvetozar Tomov claimed.
A former minister from center-right GERB has said her party does not rule out a scenario in which leader Boyko Borisov is not its PM-designate after the upcoming snap poll.
Conservative party GERB would win a general vote if it were held today, a polling agency announced Sunday.
The United Agrarians party will back center-right Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria in October's early elections, the press office of GERB announced, Friday.
A total of twenty-two parties and seven coalitions are now registered at the Central Electoral Commission (CEC) as the deadline expired on Wednesday, August 20.
Тhe first group of people involved in vote buying has been busted, Bulgaria's caretaker PM Georgi Bliznashki announced, Tuesday.
MEP and ex-journalist Nikolay Barekov's Bulgaria without Censorship has sealed a coalition agreement with Lider ("Leader") party, Barekov himself announced.
Caretaker Interior Minister Yordan Bakalov on Monday vowed “no mercy’’ for vote buying at the upcoming elections and ruled out a repeat of Kostinbrod fake ballots scandal.
Former President Georgi Parvanov said on Monday he will remain active in Bulgaria’s political life without running for member of parliament in the October election.
It is "obvious" that an alliance between conservative GERB and liberal DPS is in the making, socialist party leader Mihail Mikov said on Sunday.
Boyko Borisov, leader of center-right party GERB, has said he is firmly opposed to a coalition with the right-wingers from The Reformist Bloc.
Bulgaria's interim PM Georgi Bliznashki has given up on the idea of having a minister, responsible for the organisation of the elections, said the government press office.
Bulgaria's caretaker government will conform its actions regarding controversially perceived minister Krasimira Medarova to some critical reactions, interim PM Bliznashki said.
Krasimira Medarova, announced by President Rosen Plevneliev as a minister in charge of elections in the caretaker government, has decided not to stand down.
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