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Bulgaria: State Gazette Published Official Vote Results, 45th National Assembly’s First Session Scheduled for April 15

The decisions of the Central Election Commission (CEC) announcing the results of the vote, the allocation of seats in the 45th National Assembly and the names of elected MPs are published in today's 30th issue of the State Gazette.

Bulgaria: GERB Will Propose Its Government Despite Slim Chances for Support

GERB party will put forward a government despite the small chances that it will be supported, announced at a briefing at the party's headquarters, Deputy Prime Minister Tomislav Donchev shortly before 1 p.m. today.

He warned that attempts to bypass GERB in parliament would be a gross political mistake.

Bulgaria’s President Ready to Convene National Assembly, Government Formation in Limbo

President Rumen Radev will convene the National Assembly in accordance with the term laid down in the Constitution and after the Central Election Commission (CEC) has published the names of the elected Members of the National Assembly in the State Gazette. This was reported by the press office of the head of state, quoted by Focus.

On April 4 Bulgarians Voted for Change, Three New Parties Made It to Parliament

Bulgarians voted on Sunday (4 April) sending in Parliament three new political forces largely representing the anti-corruption protests during the summer. Boyko Borissov's GERB party remained the largest force, but appears unable to form a government.

Bulgaria’s Prime Minister: Within Month All Vulnerable Groups Will Be Inoculated

From today we again will vaccinate 15,000-20,000 people a day and after another month of patience the most vulnerable groups will be immunised, according to Prime Minister Boyko Borissov, who at today's government meeting said that the pandemic is raging at full swing in Europe and the rest of the world.

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.

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