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11 Jul 2021
Exit polls in Bulgaria's second general election in three months show voters angry at rampant corruption have punished the party of three-time premier Boyko Borisov, deserting it for a new anti-establishment group .....
4 Apr 2021
Bulgarians were voting Sunday to elect a new parliament, with Prime Minister Boyko Borisov's centre-right party tipped to finish first although it may struggle to find coalition partners.
2 Apr 2021
Bulgarians will go to the polls on Sunday to elect a new parliament, with Prime Minister Boyko Borisov's centre-right party tipped to finish first despite a wave of anti-government protests last summer.
12 Mar 2021
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov on Friday suspended the use of AstraZeneca's Covid-19 vaccine, following similar steps in Denmark, Iceland and Norway over safety concerns.
23 Jun 2020
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov will be fined for not wearing a mask while visiting a monastery Tuesday, even as his government reimposed anti-coronavirus measures following a surge in cases.
5 May 2019
Pope Francis arrived in Bulgaria on Sunday, where he will meet members of the tiny Catholic community, but the main Orthodox Church has rejected the idea of holding joint prayers with the pontiff.
1 Feb 2018
Bulgaria, which holds the presidency of the EU, warned British Prime Minister Theresa May against plans to deny residency rights to Europeans arriving during the post-Brexit transition period.
26 Mar 2017
Boyko Borisov, the karate-chopping comeback specialist of Bulgarian politics, looked to have done it again Sunday as exit polls from a snap election put his pro-EU centre-right party in first place.
16 Nov 2016
Bulgaria's centre-right government formally resigned Wednesday, three days after Prime Minister Boyko Borisov threw in the towel following a disastrous presidential election.
7 Nov 2016
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov suffered an embarrassing setback in the first round of presidential elections Sunday, with projections suggesting his nominee was beaten by a left-leaning opposition candidate.
6 Nov 2016
Bulgarians voted Sunday in a first round of presidential elections, a key test of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov's popularity in the EU's poorest country.


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