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Bulgaria to Observe Day of Silence Ahead of Sunday Parliamentary Vote

© AFP 2021 / BULENT KILICAn Bulgarian man casts his vote during the Bulgarian general elections at a polling station in istanbul (File)
An Bulgarian man casts his vote during the Bulgarian general elections at a polling station in istanbul (File) - Sputnik International
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A day of silence starts in Bulgaria on Saturday ahead of the snap parliamentary election that will be held the following day.

On March 19, former Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev claimed Russia was meddling in Bulgaria’s state affairs and election process. - Sputnik International
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MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Now that the pre-election campaigns are over, any political agitation is prohibited for one day, however, posters and banners displayed outside election commission buildings will remain in place.

Bulgaria will hold snap parliamentary elections on Sunday following the resignation of Prime Minister and leader of Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (GERB) Party Boyko Borissov in November 2016 over the defeat of the party's candidate in the presidential election.

According to Bulgaria’s Central Election Commission, 13 parties will take part in the Sunday elections, with a total of 4,732 candidates registered.

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