Exit polls indicate that a new political party has taken a narrow lead after Bulgaria took to the polls
Bulgarian political newcomer party We’re Continuing the Change, known as PP, won the country’s third general election this year, a…
Bulgarian political newcomer party We’re Continuing the Change, known as PP, won the country’s third general election this year, a parallel ballot count conducted by Alpha Research shows.
Four exit polls indicate that a new centrist political party, We Continue the Change, took the lead ahead of former premier Boyko Borisov’s GERB party in Bulgaria’s Sunday election.
In what would be seen as a major upset, exit polls are indicating a newly formed anti-graft party could defeat the ruling GERB party of former Prime Minister Boyko Borisov in Bulgaria’s general election.
What people are saying?
Florian Irminger For sure, Bulgaria’s politics haven’t been the easiest the past decade — and only more complicated with the 3rd legislative election in 6 months. The raise of an anti-corruption pro-Green party might now be part of the solution!
Connor Mulhern I think it’s working quite well. While obviously three elections in a row isn’t ideal, you don’t want to impose artificial political consensus where it doesn’t exist.