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Bulgaria: will the fifth election in two years finally lead to a new government?

In the last two years, Bulgarians have cast their votes five times. After the transition in 1989, in the democratic history of Bulgaria, this political inability to form a government has never happened. Over two years, the previous four elections produced new political actors, new campaign slogans and coalitions, but no stable majority, able to […]

Bulgaria: it seems a repetition, but rejection is simmering

The parliamentary elections in Bulgaria on 2 April – the 5th in two years – seem to have reproduced the existing deadlock of the previous four rounds, including the last one which was only held on 2 October 2022. But in fact, may portend significant shifts in the country’s political landscape and public perceptions. In […]

Bulgaria in circles – the fourth election in 18 months!

On 2 October 2022 Bulgarians were called to vote in snap elections for the fourth time in just eighteen months. The outgoing four-party government, formed as a result of the last elections of 14 November 2021, was led by the party ‘We continue the change’ of Prime minister Kiril Petkov, and party co-chair and finance […]