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Polls open for Bulgaria's third general election in a year

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Voters cast their ballots in the Bulgarian capital Sofia for the country's third general election in a year. The two previous elections in April and July returned fractured parliaments where parties failed to cobble together a coalition. IMAGES

Added on the 14/11/2021 06:51:12 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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