Bulgaria is by no means a presidential republic, but a parliamentary one, and yet the presidential elections kick up a great deal of fuss.
With the vote coming on November 06, it is worth explaining why.
The President's role in Bulgaria should not be underestimated - to the regret of Tsvetan Tsvetanov, a former Interior Minister who dubbed the office a matter of “protocol” and asked reporters rhetorically: “Tell me what depends on the President.”...
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