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Commenting article: DPS Voters Increase Bulgarian Presidential Candidate Radev's Lead to 49.6%

The independent candidate supported by BSP for President Rumen Radev receives the vote of 49.6% of the voters on the eve of the second round of elections on Sunday.

A total of 39.1% of voters will vote for GERB’s candidate Tsetska Tsacheva, showed data of Alpha Research. 11.3% of the participants of the survey stated that they will not vote.

According to the agency, electoral activity will be about 52.6% or 3.6 million people.

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#1
Jerry - 12 Nov 2016 // 00:01:03

There is no true definition of the political needs of the people but verbal political masturbation that has no credence.

The Voters are seeking the bottom line for an economic future Jobs, Schools, Hospitals, Habitation and the Retirement System.

The bottom line is a better QUALITY OF LIFE.

#2
Jerry - 12 Nov 2016 // 19:53:18

The United States elections have triggered a new era of a silent majority that is extremely direct.

We will see this in the Bulgarian elections.

The Bulgarian root of the silent majority is a mixture of WWII and Soviet mix giving us the Bulgarian True Political Direct.

The two extremes in the Bulgarian genes brings us the today Bulgarian Silent Direct.

This breed is me Jerry, that my Granfather and Father planted in my mind and Gene.

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