Exit polls from Bulgaria's parliamentary elections on Sunday suggested a narrow lead for the conservative GERB party led by former prime minister Boyko Borisov, pointing to a possible stalemate.
Bulgarians have backed two-time premier Boyko Borisov in a snap election. With newcomer populist groups also claiming seats, Borisov must form a coalition from a fragmented legislature.
Bulgarians have begun voting in a high-stakes presidential runoff. Prime Minister Boyko Borisov vows to quit if his handpicked candidate - now trailing in the polls - fails to secure a victory.
The opposition candidate in Bulgaria is leading the presidential elections, if exit polls are to be believed. Prime Minister Boyko Borisov's candidate came in second.
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