Under 85.68% of the presidential elections ballot papers processed, General Rumen Radev, candidate of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), gets 25.76% of the votes, while Tsetska Tsacheva, candidate of the mandate-holder Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (CEDB) – 21. 97%.
The results are seen on the official website of the Central Electoral Commission (CEC).
Third comes Krasimir Karakachanov, nominated by the United Patriots – NFSB, Ataka and VMRO, with 14.96%; followed by businessman Veselin Mareshki – 10.79%; and Plamen Oresharski, candidate supported by the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) party – 6.30%.
Sixth in the list is the candidate of the Reformist Bloc – Traycho Traykov, with 6.06%. Ivaylo Kalfin, nominated by the Alternative for Bulgarian Revival (ABV), gets 3.37%, while Tatyana Doncheva with Movement 21 – 1.86%.
5.64% of the voters have chosen the newly-introduced “I do not support anyone” option.