Exit polls predicted the victory of Pro-Western GERB party at elections in Bulgaria

In the parliamentary elections in Bulgaria, according to exit polls, won the Pro-Western party GERB, ahead of main rival, Socialist party, by a few percentage points. About it reports “Radio Bulgaria”.

According to the Agency Gallup International, the EMBLEM of 32.8 per cent, BSP — 28.4 percent. The third force in the new Parliament will be a coalition of “patriots United” with 8.8 percent of the votes. For the Movement for rights and freedoms voted 7.8 percent of the voters. The party of businessman Veselin Mareshki “Will” received 4.6 percent.

According to Market Links, a separation of the EMBLEM from the BSP is about three percentage points to 32 percent against 29. “United patriots” received 8.5 percent, “the Movement for rights and freedoms” — 7.72 percent, “Will” — 4,89%.

According to one, the center-right “Reformist bloc” overcome the four percent barrier, and others not.

Early elections of deputies of the 44-th National Assembly began at 7:00 and continued until 20:00. The country had more than 12 thousand polling stations, and another 371 plot — 70 foreign countries.

The election is contested by 11 parties and nine coalitions registered their candidate sheets, and nine independent candidates. The right to vote has more than 7 million people. The procedure is mandatory.

In the presidential election in November 2016 won rumen Radev. He was nominated for the post of the initiative Committee, chaired by BSP.