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Bulgaria heads towards fourth election in 18 months

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President Rumen Radev dissolved parliament from Tuesday and set the date for the new vote. The move came after parties failed to agree on a new coalition after the difficultly formed four-party cabinet of Prime Minister Kiril Petkov was toppled in June. Three recent polls showed as many as seven parties passing the four percent entry threshold.
2 months ago·Bulgaria

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