Prime Minister of Bulgaria Boyko Borisov announced his resignation after the data with exit polls showed that the victory in the presidential election in the country was won by former air force officer, rumen Radev who positioned himself as a supporter of improving relations with Russia, according to AP.

According to the exit polls from the polling stations, Radev scored 58% of the vote in the second round of the presidential election. Its main opponent – the ally of Borisov Tsetska Tsacheva is only 35%.

Borisov has congratulated Radeva with a victory. Officially resignation of the current Cabinet of Ministers will be announced November 14 at the meeting of Parliament.

Radev, recall, won in the first round of the presidential election but only gained 26,45% of the vote if the required number of more than 50%.

Only for the posts of President and Vice-President mills extended a pair of 21 candidates. Former air force commander, 53-year-old rumen Radev has the support of the opposition Socialist party of Bulgaria and calls for the lifting of EU sanctions against Russia. Tsacheva, as expected, would conduct a Pro-European policy.

Prime Minister of Bulgaria Boyko Borisov at a press conference a week earlier, said that if during the second round Tsacheva is defeated, he will resign. However, he expressed hope that in the second round, she will be able to circumvent Radeva.



Prime Minister of Bulgaria announced the resignation of leadership of the opposition in the presidential election 14.11.2016

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