Bulgaria Opposition RZS Suspicious of Vote Manipulation

Politics » EU & PARLIAMENTARY ELECTIONS 2009 | June 8, 2009, Monday // 16:30| Views: | Comments: 0
Bulgaria Order, Law and Justice Party Suspicious of Vote Manipulation: Bulgaria Opposition RZS Suspicious of Vote Manipulation The RZS leader, Yane Yanev, voted Sunday in his hometown of Sandanski. Photo by Sofia Photo Agency

The "Law, Order and Justice" party (RZS) has requested a second count of the European Parliament elections ballots.

The RZS leader, Yane Yanev said he was highly suspicious that the results were forged.

Yanev said RZS has spent an estimated BGN 600 000 for their election campaign and appealed to the other political parties to also disclose their campaign expenses.

The RZS leader declared he was certain his party will win many seats in the Bulgarian Parliament at the July 5 elections, adding RZS had realized about 20% of its potential during the EP ones.

Yanev said that with 60% voter turnout, he expected to receive 10% of the vote on July 5.

The RZS leader vowed to continue his fight against corruption at the high levels of power.

 

 

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