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05.05.2021 14:12 News >> Bulgaria Heads To Fresh Elections As Parties Fail To Form Government

Bulgaria Heads To Fresh Elections As Parties Fail To Form Government

President to dissolve parliament, setting July 11 for early elections.

Bulgaria is heading for a fresh election after the country's largest parties have been unable to form a government after the parliamentary elections held on April 4.
With the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), the third-largest in parliament, having failed to form a government, the country will now hold early elections on July 11.
Korneliya Ninova, the leader of the BSP, to whom President Rumen Radev tapped to form a government, has said her party did not receive support from the second-largest party in the parliament.
Ninova added that during the Supreme Council Session held over the weekend, she decided not to establish a cabinet and immediately returned the task to the president.
Following the BSP's failure to form a government, President Radev announced that he would dissolve parliament next week and set a date for early elections on July 11, in accordance with the Bulgarian Constitution.
After Radev dissolves parliament, he will form a "government of technocrats" that will prepare for the elections and run the country until a government is formed. -



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