Bulgaria will hold its third parliamentary election of the year in Nov. 14, President Rumen Radev announced on Sept. 11.
Radev said that scheduling the new snap elections on the same day as the presidential election will save public money and voters’ time.
Bulgaria had general elections in April and July but both polls failed to form a new government.
Radev said that he will sign an official decree next week to dissolve parliament and appoint a caretaker administration to organize the vote.
Radev is also running for a second term in office in the coming president election.
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