Bulgarian President Rumen Radev announced that the country’s 48th parliament, which failed to form a government, will be dissolved tomorrow and new early general elections will be held on April 2.
The ineffective parliament lasted only 3.5 months.
President Radev, by a new decree, extended the life of the current provisional government, which will rule the country until a regular government is formed.
Radev made only one change of ministers in the government of Prime Minister Jeleb Donev, which was formed after the last early elections held on October 2, 2022. Naiden Todorov was appointed Minister of Culture in place of Veleslav Minikov.
Due to the inability of the seven political parties represented in the 48-member parliament of 240 to put aside the differences between them, it was not possible to form a coalition government in three different initiatives.
Voters will go to the polls for the fifth time in the past two years, with elections to be held on April 2.
After a month-long election campaign in Bulgaria, citizens living in the country and abroad will vote.
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