2017 Bulgarian parliamentary election
The 2017 Bulgarian parliamentary elections were held in Bulgaria on 26 March 2017. They were originally scheduled for 2018, but the previous political parties could not form a government. So early elections were called.
In order for a political party to win seats, they must receive at least 4% of the popular vote.
Opinion polls[change | change source]
Results[change | change source]
|Bulgarian Socialist Party||955,490||27.20%||80||41|
|Movement for Rights and Freedoms||315,976||8.99%||26||12|
|None of the above||87,854||2.50%||0||–|
Aftermath[change | change source]
References[change | change source]
- Bulgaria Heads for Early Elections Balkan Insight, 20 December 2016
- Bulgaria IFES
- Georgiev, Ognyan (27 March 2017). "Bulgaria's Borisov is Back — But Coalition May be Shaky". Politico. Retrieved 27 March 2017.