In the Bulgarian presidential election most voters stay away from the polls and the vote does not turn out as expected. 12 November 2001 SOFIA, Bulgaria–Bulgarian voters handed a couple of surprises to pollsters and pundits in the 11 November presidential election–first, by showing up in such small numbers that a run-off round will have […]

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