Central Election Commission

Rumen Radev is the New-Old President of Bulgaria

Rumen Radev wins the election for President of Bulgaria. This will be his second term in office as the country's head of state.

According to "Gallup" polling agency, based on 100% parallel counting of the results from the second round of the elections, Rumen Radev won 66.4% of the vote. Anastas Gerdzhikov received 31.9%.

How will Bulgarians Vote in the Runoff for President (Step by Step Instructions)

How will a Bulgarian vote for the president of the runoff on November 21, when the current head of state Rumen Radev and the GERB-supported Prof. Anastas Gerdjikov will face each other?

To make it easier for voters, last night the Central Election Commission uploaded a voting simulator that shows the voter step by step how to exercise their right to vote on the machine.

Over 40% is the Activity of the Presidential Election. What are the Final Results of the "2 in 1" Vote?

The Central Election Commission has announced the final results of the first round of the presidential election. As of 20.00 on November 14, with 100% processed protocols, the activity was 40.5%.

With 100% of the election protocols processed, the presidential candidate couple Rumen Radev - Iliana Yotova received 49.41% of the votes, and Anastas Gerdjikov and Nevyana Miteva - 22.82%.

With 100% Processed Protocols “We Continue the Change” Officially Wins the Elections in Bulgaria

The Bulgarian political party "We Continue the Change" remains the first political force with 100% processed protocols from the parliamentary elections on November 14. This is indicated by a reference on the website of the Central Election Commission (CEC).It won with 673,141 votes or 25.67%.

EU Observers Say Kosovo Voters Misled by ‘Opaque’ Facebook Pages

The EU Election Observation Mission said on Tuesday that non-transparent Facebook pages were responsible for "manipulative interference" in Sunday's mayoral election run-off contests, spreading misinformation about rival parties and candidates, although the polls were well-organised.

Bulgaria: CEC will Announce the Results of the Presidential Election Today

By the end of the day, the Central Election Commission must announce the final results of the presidential and vice-presidential elections. Its decision for a run-off on November 21 is also expected. The CEC continues to accept the documentation from the district election commissions.

New Anti-Corruption Party Leads in Bulgarian Parliamentary Elections

Co-leader of the We Continue the Change party, Kiril Petkov, votes on Sunday. Photo: EPA-EFE/VASSIL DONEV

According to the Central Election Commission's interim results on Monday morning, We Continue the Change won 25.85 per cent of the vote, ahead of ex-premier Boyko Borissov's GERB in close second with 20.38 per cent.

Votes Outside Bulgaria with 78.89% Processed Protocols: DPS received 41.57%

According to the data on the votes outside the country, with 78.89 percent processed SEC protocols, DPS received 41.57 percent of the votes abroad in the elections for the National Assembly, "We Continue the Change" - 20.36 percent, and "There is Such a People" - 10,42 percent, according to the Central Election Commission.

Here are the Election Results in Bulgaria at 42,85 per 100 Processed Protocols

According to the data, 42.85 per 100 of the protocols of the sectional election commissions (SECs) in the regional election commission (REC), "We Continuing the Change" received 25.97 per cent of the votes in the elections for MPs, GERB-SDS - 21.42 percent, DPS - 13, 79 percent, according to the Central Election Commission.

Central Election Commission Lifted Immunity of the Man Behind the Attack on Sofia’s LGTBQ+ Center

The Central Election Commission (CEC) lifted Boyan Rasate's immunity. This indicates a reference on the CEC website. Rasate was allegedly behind the attack on the LGTBQ+ Center in Sofia by far-right nationalists. He is also a Presidential candidate for the November 14th elections.