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Presidential vote in Bulgaria could herald closer Russia ties


Bulgarians began voting on Sunday to choose the country’s next president in a highly contested election that could trigger political instability in the Black Sea state and push it towards closer ties with Russia.
Opinion polls show Tsetska Tsacheva, 58, the centre-right GERB ruling party candidate, is likely to narrowly win the ballot but lose a subsequent runoff to Rumen Radev, 53, a Socialist Party ally who wants to end European Union sanctions against Moscow.
“The vote on Sunday will show whether we have the right to rule the country in the next two years,” Prime Minister Boiko Borisov, GERB’s leader, told …read more

Source: Cyprus Mail

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