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June 26, 2024

Bulgarian national election produces an (un)expected outcome

Dragomir Stoyanov Bulgarians recently went to the polls for the sixth time in three years to try and resolve an ongoing political crisis, writes Dragomir Stoyanov. The surprising results suggest a return to government made up of status quo parties and a likely end to any prospects of political reform. Read more
June 26, 2024

Bulgaria’s political turbulence continues. But is this protest democracy or 'stabilitocracy'?

Ivaylo Dinev On Sunday 9 June 2024, Bulgaria went to the polls for the sixth parliamentary elections in three years. Bulgaria's political crisis, however, is far from over, writes Ivaylo Dinev Read more
November 24, 2021

Third time lucky? The Bulgarian parliamentary elections

Dragomir Stoyanov The third consecutive parliamentary elections in just seven months have turned up the political heat in Bulgaria, writes Dragomir Stoyanov. Record low turnout, along with the election of new party We Continue the Change, will lead to the formation of a new government – albeit a fragile one Read more

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