Bulgarian President Rumen Radev decided to hold early general elections on 2 April, as the 48th parliament failed to form a government.
Radev announced that he would dissolve parliament from 3 February with the decree he published.
There were 7 political parties in the Parliament, which was formed after the last snap general elections in Bulgaria on October 2, 2022. Three of these parties were not able to form a coalition government that could get a vote of confidence.
Bulgaria will hold snap general elections for the fifth time in the past two years.
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