Bulgaria’s Next Parliament to Consist of 7-8 Parties - Poll

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Bulgaria: Bulgaria’s Next Parliament to Consist of 7-8 Parties - Poll Photo by BGNES

Bulgaria’s next Parliament is likely to consist of 7-8 parties or coalitions, according to a poll of the Institute of Modern Politics (IMP).

According to the poll, center-right party Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (GERB) is to get 35% of the votes, while the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) is to receive 21.2% of the votes.

According to the NGO, there has been a big gap between the two major political parties, GERB and BSP, since end-July.

The IMP points out that the gap between the two major opponents, GERB and BSP, still amounts to over 10% of the votes.

The IMP claims that support for center-right party GERB may climb to 36-39% on the Election Day, October 5.

According to the poll, conducted on September 22-27, liberal party Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) is to receive 12.7% of the votes.

The IMP predicts strong performance and serious competition among the middle-sized parties and coalitions, including populist party Bulgaria without Censorship, right-wing formation The Reformist Bloc, the Alternative for Bulgarian Revival (ABV Movement), nationalist party Ataka, and nationalist coalition The Patriotic Front, all of which are expected to get around 4% of the votes, the minimum threshold to enter Parliament.

If the plans of Bulgarian voters remain unchanged by October 5, Bulgaria’s next Parliament will consist of 7-8 parties and coalitions, according to the IMP.

One or two of the total of 7 or 8 parties expected to get into Parliament may eventually fail to mobilize their supporters and score below the 4% election threshold.

According to the poll, the Bulgaria without Censorship party gets 5.8% of the votes, The Reformist Bloc 5.6%, the ABV Movement 5.4%, and nationalist entities Ataka and The Patriotic Front both score around 5%

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Tags: Institute of Modern Politics, early elections, poll, NGO, GERB, Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria, BSP, Bulgarian Socialist Party, DPS, Movement for Rights and Freedoms, Bulgaria without Censorship, Ataka, Patriotic Front, Reformist Bloc, ABV movement, Alternative for Bulgarian Revival
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