- The Socialist opposition candidate Rumen Radev won the presidential elections in Bulgaria, according to first polls after the close of the polls. In the second round he defeated Sunday Tsetska Tsacheva, the female candidate of the center-right ruling party GERB.
Radev (53) took 58.1 to 58.5 percent of the vote. His opponent was stabbing at 35.3 to 35, 7, according to the exit polls.
In the first round last Sunday explained the former commander of the Air Force seized about 25 percent of the vote. Tsacheva gave up about 23 percent of the vote which put the two in the decisive round.