Bulgaria: new elections in October

Bulgaria will elect a new parliament on October 2 for the fourth time since April last year. Head of state Rumen Radev set the date by decree on Monday. The EU country’s parliament is to be dissolved this Tuesday after less than a year. Rumen Radev, who is considered to be Russia-friendly, will also appoint a transitional cabinet consisting of representatives of several parties by decree on Tuesday.

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