Bulgaria: counted 75.6%, anti-corruption party first with 25.3%

(ANSAmed) – SOFIA, NOVEMBER 15 – In Bulgaria, after the counting of 75.69% of the ballots by the electoral commission, the new center-right and anti-corruption political group ‘Let’s continue the change’ (Cc) is confirmed in the lead. 25.34% of the votes. In second place remains the conservative party Gerb of former Prime Minister Boyko Borissov with 22.43% of the votes, followed by the party of the Turkish minority DPS with 13.68% of the votes. Four other political forces pass the 4% barrier to enter parliament, including the socialists and the populist movement created in recent months by TV showman Slavi Trifonov. In the presidential elections, the success of the outgoing head of state, Rumen Radev, is confirmed, obtaining 49.40% of the votes, however not enough to win in the first round. Next Sunday there will be the ballot between Radev and Atanas Ghergikov, who finished second with 22.41% of the votes. (ANSAmed).

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