Bulgaria’s new voting reforms risk undermining the country’s electoral process

di Andrea Fumarola (con Nikolay Marinov) – articolo pubblicato su LSE  EUROPP Blog il 3 Maggio 2016

The Bulgarian National Assembly has recently held an extraordinary sitting to adopt amendments to the Election Code. These changes, proposed by the right-wing party Patriotic Front, were passed with a 139 to 35 vote with eight abstentions. Some of the most relevant provisions include the introduction of compulsory voting rules and restrictions concerning the possibility for citizens abroad to vote outside Bulgarian diplomatic missions, thereby banning or limiting the use of other locations as polling stations […]

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