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Exit polls suggest parliamentary elections in Bulgaria | Election Issues

The GERB center-right party of former Prime Minister Boyko Borissov is ahead of three polls, with the new central party leading the other.

The recent parliamentary elections in Bulgaria show that there is a strong rivalry between the GERB party on the right side of former Prime Minister Boyko Borissov and the new anti-corruption group.

A recent survey by Alpha Research found GERB leading the Sunday election with 24.8 percent, while Gallup International saw the new group, Continuing to Change, come in first with 25.7 percent.

Two other outgoing votes showed GERB leading with about 23.5-24.7 percent of the vote, the third of which took place this year.

In a presidential re-election on Sunday, Rumen Radev, Borissov’s ruthless candidate, appeared to win about 49 percent of the vote in the first round, two by-elections.

More to follow.

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