Bulgaria’s President set a Date for this year’s Local Elections
Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev signed a decree today scheduling the elections for mayors and municipal councilors for October 29.
The head of state has determined the date after a working meeting with representatives of the leadership of the Central Election Commission (CEc).
The conversation discussed the specifics of the local vote and the upcoming work on the organization of the election process. The CEC has informed the president of the technical and logistical features that the commission must comply with for the local elections and its readiness for their holding.
Here you can read about the results of a study that determined for who will one-third of Sofia residents will vote as their future mayor.
For who will one-third of Sofia residents vote for as their mayor in the upcoming elections? Read more here.
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