Outgoing Bulgarian Prime Minister Conservative populist Boiko BorisovAccording to a review of more than half of the votes, the election on Sunday won with 24.8% of the votes. The New Party protested against such a person Be ahead of the socialists.
Based on these provisional data, the election commission Borisov and his president announced on Monday GERB party lost eight points Since the 2017 election.
Although the official data has not yet specified the allocation of seats, the calculation results of several TVs Give GERB a maximum of 70 seats, A far cry from the majority of 121 people.
If it is confirmed, Borisov will find it difficult to form a government because of his refusal to reach an agreement. Four of the other six games Enter the parliament in principle.
Borisov has won five general elections since 2009 and served as prime minister three times. Yesterday asked all parties to unite It is also recommended to establish an expert government at least before the end of the year to manage the pandemic crisis.
The outgoing prime minister said that he was tired of always taking responsibility. Warned his opponents would not be able to rule Because they lack the experience, equipment and international support he claims to have.
The official incomplete statistics changed the calculation results of last night’s export polls and ranked the “existing People’s Party” in second place. Anti-government protests Last summer, it accounted for 18.7%.
Announced during the campaign that a group led by popular singers and TV presenters It will not agree with GERB or socialists.
The third will be the Socialist Party, which is still 14.9% less than in 2017, and only 12 percentage points. It is severely affected by more than 50% abstentions, because its voters have more elderly people and are more afraid of catching up with the -19-year-old vulnerable group.One time Cases and hospitalization records in the country.
Another new party Liberal Democratic Party of Bulgaria, It will lead the rights and freedom movement by 10.5% (9%). The Turkish party is the third political force in a decade and is usually the pivotal party that forms the government.
Rise Bulgaria! Just come out! The center-left, also from the summer protests, will receive 5% support, while the supranationalist VMRO, Borisov’s ally for the past four years, is waiting if it reaches the 4% required to enter parliament.
With this distribution, if all parties maintain their declared veto, it will be difficult for them Both Borisov and the opposition can form the chief executive.
The important thing this time is history Participation of Bulgarian immigrants, According to the Election Commission, the majority of the party’s votes went to two new protest groups, namely “such a people and a democratic Bulgaria.”