: :inin Kyiv (EET)

Although elections in Bulgaria were well administered, lack of campaign substance and allegations of vote buying continue to harm public confidence, international observers say


SOFIA, 6 October 2014 – Although Bulgaria’s early parliamentary elections on 5 October were well administered technically and fundamental freedoms were respected, allegations from all sides of vote buying and selling and other election irregularities, as well as a campaign that lacked substance continued to negatively affect public confidence in the integrity of the process, international observers said in a statement issued today.
“Yesterday’s elections reflected disillusionment and further polarization in Bulgarian society. Despite the goodwill of thousands of citizens in the election administration doing their best to ensure a successful election day, numerous corruption scandals and allegations of vote-buying, combined …read more

Source: OSCE

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