Bulgaria to hold snap election on July 11, says president

Bulgaria to hold snap election on July 11, says president
Bulgaria to hold snap election on July 11, says president

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - Bulgarian President Rumen Radev said the new electoral commission would likely be finalised on May 11— Reuters pic

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SOFIA, May 5 — Bulgaria will hold a parliamentary election on July 11, after a third and final attempt to form a government following April 4 polls that led to a fragmented parliament failed, President Rumen Radev said today.

Radev said he expected the appointment of a new electoral commission to be finalised on May 11, when he would call the election, dissolve parliament and appoint an interim government. — Reuters

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