Bulgaria Faces Turmoil as Coalition Deal Collapses

Veselin Dimitrov Petrov
1 min read

Bulgaria is at the brink of a potential snap election, marking the sixth in just over three years, as the country's two main political parties failed to renew a unity government aimed at resolving political turmoil. This turbulence not only poses a threat to Bulgaria's delayed euro adoption next year but also may impede much-needed military aid to Ukraine, especially with pro-Russia and nationalist forces gaining ground. The absence of a party with a majority in parliament may necessitate a national vote, possibly as soon as June.

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