Government of Bulgaria

Will Political Forces in Bulgaria Rearrange after President Announced His Wish to Run for Second Term?

Yesterday, President Rumen Radev announced that he and Vice President Iliana Yotova will run for a second term. This became clear during a press conference at which the head of state reported on what had been done over the past four years.

E-Register Developed for People Who Want to Be Vaccinated against Coronavirus

An electronic register system of Bulgarian citizens wishing to be vaccinated will be operative by the end of February, reported Minister of Health Kostadin Angelov at a working meeting convened by Prime Minister Boyko Borisov at the Council of Ministers.

Bulgaria: Vaccination Plan to Be Changed Owing to Elections

Bulgaria's vaccination plan will be amended and the third phase will include all participants in the electoral process - the members of the electoral commissions in constituencies, the mobile electoral commissions, the members of the regional health inspectorates and the Central Electoral Commission.

Gallup International: Five Parties Will Be in Bulgarian Parliament for Sure

Five parties will enter the next parliament for sure and for the other two the election campaign will be crucial, according to data of a Gallup International poll conducted among 1,010 people between January 7 and 15. Parliamentary elections are scheduled by President Rumen Radev for April 4.

GERB: We Will Not Uphold Any of Amendments to Electoral Code Proposed by President Radev

"President Radev has demonstrated that he is not capable of building consensus and has scheduled the elections for April 4. Since the summer, he has proposed that elections should be in November or December. On December 7, he set the date for March 28. Then the consultations began. Everyone said they were ready to go to the polls on that date. Today Radev announced a new date - April 4.

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