Bulgarian President calls national elections for April 4 By Reuters

© Reuters. Anti-government protest in Sofia

SOFIA (Reuters) – Bulgaria will hold national elections on April 4, the president said on Thursday, completing the full four-year term of the center-right coalition government after it survived major anti-corruption protests last summer. President Rumen Radev, who supported the anti-government protests, called the elections a week after the earliest possible date, citing the need for more preparations for a fair vote among the challenges emerging from the coronavirus pandemic.

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