SOFIA, Bulgaria –The incumbent Bulgarian president, Petar Stoyanov, is leading the race ahead of the 11 November presidential elections as polls show approximately 40 percent voter support for him, while his most serious competitor, Socialist Party leader Georgi Parvanov, is polling less than 18 percent. Only six candidates will run in this election, compared with […]
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