6.35 million registered voters in Bulgaria are in the ballot box to elect 240 deputies to the country’s 45th Parliament. Elections were held for the 11th time since the country’s transition to democracy in 1989 as part of the Corona virus measures. According to the Prime Minister of Bulgaria Boyko Borisov, this election was the most expensive election in the history of the country with 720 million TL.
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The country, which gained democracy 32 years ago, held its 11th election today as part of corona virus measures.
6.35 million registered voters in Bulgaria are in the ballot box to elect 240 deputies to the country’s 45th Parliament. The 11th election in the country began at 07:00 as part of the coronavirus (Covid-19) events. 6,895 candidates are running for parliament in the elections.
COVID-19 HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED IN HOSPITALS
Due to the epidemic in the country, a ballot box was set up for the remaining citizens in the Covid-19 section of 88 hospitals. In the country where the fight against the Corona virus epidemic continues, a sound box was opened in the Covid-19 department of 88 hospitals.
Patients will be able to vote in the units with about 9,000 Jovid patients. 185 mobile boxes were created in 88 hospitals. A mobile chest has been installed in the corona virus unit of Sofia Pirogov Hospital, the country’s largest ambulance and Jovid department. Although attendance is expected to be low due to the epidemic, attendance was reported to be 13 percent by 12:00 local time.
BORISOV: THE MOST EXPENSIVE ELECTION IN HISTORY
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov described the ongoing elections in the shadow of the epidemic as ‘the most expensive choice in history’. Prime Minister Borisov said vaccination and voting machines had reached 75 million euros (720 million TL) on election day. 20,000 police officers are on duty in the elections, which are subject to strict measures and security measures.
PRESIDENT RADEV: ELECTIONS SHOULD HAVE PASSED LAST YEAR
Speaking after exercising his right to vote by car, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev said: “Bulgarian citizens are taking our destiny into their own hands.
President Radev said, “General elections were to be held last year. “Many lives would be saved and chaos would be avoided,” he said. On the other hand, the honorary chairman of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms, Ahmet Dogan, played at a school in Sofia this morning. The party’s slogan in these elections was ‘Start Again’.
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22 thousand Bulgarian citizens in Turkey, information is shared in Turkey, the questionnaires were applied in advance to use the vote. On the other hand, Bulgarian officials thanked the Turkish authorities for the opportunity to vote for Bulgarian citizens.