Bulgarian elections 2014: Provisional results after 99.95% of ballots processed

Boiko Borissov’s centre-right GERB won 32.67 per cent of the votes in Bulgaria’s October 5 2014 early parliamentary elections, according to Central Election Commission figures after 99.95 per cent of ballots were processed.

In all, the figures put eight parties in the 43rd National Assembly, expected to hold its first sitting in mid-October.

The other parties and coalitions to win seats are:

Bulgarian Socialist Party 15.41 per cent

Movement for Rights and Freedoms 14.83 per cent

Reformist Bloc 8.88 per cent

Patriotic Front 7.29 per cent

Bulgaria Without Censorship 5.7 per cent

Ataka 4.52 per cent

ABC 4.15 per cent.

Unofficial estimates suggest that the respective shares of the National Assembly’s 240 seats would be along the lines of:

GERB: 85 – 87 seats

BSP: 40 – 41 seats

MRF: 35 – 39 seats

Reformist Bloc: 21 – 23 seats

BWC: 13 – 16 seats

Ataka: 11 – 12 seats

ABC: 10 – 11 seats.

To compare changes in Bulgaria’s electoral map in the three most recent elections, please click here.





The Sofia Globe staff

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