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Commenting article: Bulgaria's PM to Step Down over Election Results

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov has said he will step down next week, just after his candidate Tsetska Tsacheva emerged as a loser of the presidential election's runoff.

He has also urged an early election, warning the next government would be made by the socialist opposition party BSP and ethnic Turk-dominared DPS if his mandate is handed over to the socialists.

Rumen Radev, the candidate backed by the socialists, is thought to have garnered up to 58-60% of the vote, according to exit poll data.

Jerry - 14 Nov 2016 // 18:52:59

It seems Boyko Borisov has given a boycott speech in protest of his party lose.

It looks like the Rightwing is moving in but the Bulgarian masses are asleep with the New Year rolling in.

After paying the bills, the public should awaken as extreme Rightists.

This lies on the surface of Bulgarian Politics.

Who will sink and flounder will bring in a New Age in Bulgarian politics.

Jerry - 23 Nov 2016 // 20:45:32

The new wave of Bulgarian political belief will change the posture of Bulgaria and steal the true tradition of Bulgaria. Hope the Politicians see this.

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