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Bulgaria's head of government Borissow controls on victory in parliamentary elections to
in Bulgaria is elected a new parliament on Sunday - head of government Bojko Borissow can hope for another term of office. In recent surveys before the inertour, his conservative party was Gerb (citizen for a European development of Bulgaria) with 28 percent in the lead, followed by the opposition socialists with around 20 percent. Third power is likely to become a new populist formation of the singer and television detectors Slawi Trifonov.
The election could win Bulgaria's Prime Minister Borissow. But it is not enough for government education. Instead, he makes an unusual proposal.
»New elections are not a solution": Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boiko Borissov wants to prevent a renewed tuning after his election victory and the now created stalemate.
Borissov's party, the pro-European bourgeois Gerb, had received 26 percent of the votes on Sunday, but is now facing great problems with government formation. Four parties have gathered into a so-called anti-Gerb block and do not want to take a coalition with Borissow.
NOTE Surveys: Party of Bulgaria's head of government at Parliament election
At Parliament of Parliament in Bulgaria, the party of the Conservative Government Bojko Borissov apparently became strongest strength. Borissov's Party Gerb (Citizens for a European Development of Bulgaria) achieved about 25 percent of the votes on Sunday after closing the polling stations. Accordingly, the ruling party would have lost around nine percentage points compared to the election in 2017.
to prevent new elections, Borissow () An unusual proposal: he offered the second-placed party »there is such a people" (ITN) that, if necessary, at a vote on the future Government can count on ten GERB votes.
Until then, a lot can happen on the way to a new government in. According to the Constitution, the GERB, which belongs to EU level such as CDU and CSU to EPP, must first receive an order for government formation. If the GERB fail, itn (17.6 percent) comes to the train.
In a first reaction, ITN boss Slawi Trifonow Borissov's offer did not explicitly accept, but did not refuse it. He referred to the constitution instead.
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