Bulgaria’s President to Present Referendum Questions in Parliament
Bulgaria’s President Rosen Plevneliev will present his proposal for referendum questions on election legislation on Tuesday in Parliament.
Plevneliev will address MPs during an extraordinary parliamentary meeting, according to the President’s press office.
One item of the agenda of the meeting concerns the request of the President to hold a referendum together with the local elections on October 25.
Plevneliev suggests three questions, including ones on compulsory voting, majority voting, and remote electronic voting.
The parliamentary legal affairs committee gave the green light to Plevneliev’s three questions on July 1.
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