Bulgaria to hold new snap general election after parties fail to form government

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By Denitsa Koseva in Sofia Bulgaria will hold a snap general election at the end of March as none of the parties in the current parliament, formed after the October general election, managed to put together a new ruling coalition. The third and final mandate to form a government, given by President Rumen Radev to the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), failed on January 20. The most likely date for the next vote – the fifth in two years – is March 26 or April 2. In a final step before calling the vote, Radev summoned the leaders of all parliamentary parties to a meeting on January 20 to discuss w…

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