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The Military in Gabon declared General Brice Oligui Nguema as Interim President

The military, who staged a coup in Gabon yesterday, announced the commander of the Republican Guard, General Brice Oligui Nguema, as the "interim president" of the West African country, AFP reported.

The communiqué was read out last night on Gabon 24 TV.

Bulgaria’s President set a Date for this year’s Local Elections

Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev signed a decree today scheduling the elections for mayors and municipal councilors for October 29.

The head of state has determined the date after a working meeting with representatives of the leadership of the Central Election Commission (CEc).

Ruling Socialists Defeat Divided Opposition in Albanian Local Polls

The Socialist Party led by Prime Minister Edi Rama is ahead in most municipalities in the country after Sunday's local elections and has already won three, Kamza, Vora and Elbasan, where the voting took place electronically and the Central Election Commission was able to declare the results a few hours after polls closed.

Bulgaria: The Central Election Commission will announce the Final Results on April 6

The Central Election Commission (CEC) will announce the final results of the parliamentary elections on April 6, CEC spokeswoman Rositsa Mateva told BTA.

So far, summary data has been announced on the CEC results website, Mateva emphasized, not final. The commission found that the data from 11 protocols from abroad were not added to them.

Elections in Bulgaria: Voter Turnout was 40.63 percent

The Central Election Commission published data on voter turnout at the end of election day last night. It is 40.63 percent.

For comparison, the voter turnout in the previous parliamentary elections - at the beginning of October last year - was 39.41 percent.

On April 2, 77,271 more people voted, according to CEC data.