President Rumen Radev reappoints incumbent caretaker premier Stefan Yanev to lead interim administration until new government is formed.
The Balkan country will hold its third parliamentary elections and the first round of the regular presidential election on the same date, Bulgaria's President Rumen Radev says.
Presidential elections are due to be held in the autumn. Here's why coalition partners will not decide its outcome.
With 95 percent of ballots counted, the centre-right GERB party has won 23.9 percent of the vote, only just ahead of singer Slavi Trifonov’s new anti-establishment party There Is Such a People (ITN) with 23.7 percent.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov's party takes a beating amid corruption allegations.
The vote will be the Balkan country's second in three months, after an April election resulted in a fragmented parliament that failed to produce a government.
For the viewership in southeastern Europe, Turkish television series satisfy intellectual curiosity, forge cultural understanding and question centuries-old prejudices.
The political rise of comedians and celebrities is linked to mass media and the entertainment industry’s ever-expanding power.
Researchers detect a genetic contribution from East Asia rather than Europe as they discover 3 to 3.8 percent Neanderthal DNA from the remains of three people, who lived roughly 45,000 years ago.
Anti-establishment parties have surged while the leading right-wing coalition declined. The Turkish minority-backed party also garnered more than 10 percent of the vote.
Support for PM Boyko Borisov's GERB party has been eroded by a series of scandals, with protests last year accusing the government of protecting oligarchs.
Over 6.7 million Bulgarians are eligible to vote in an election that will decide if the long-serving Prime Minister Boyko Borissov wins another four-year term in office.
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