Bulgaria set for snap elections in autumn

Bulgaria is preparing for snap elections, likely in October, after the Socialist party abandoned plans to form a new coalition. “It became clear that there is no majority willing to fight corruption … In that case we will return the mandate to form a government to the president unfulfilled tomorrow,” Georgi Svilenski, a senior party member, told press Wednesday, Reuters reports. The previous reformist government was toppled last month.

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