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Bulgarian president takes first step to re-election

Incumbent Georgi Parvanov won the first round of Bulgarian presidential elections on Sunday, but low turnout forced a run-off against a nationalist opponent who fought against the country’s drive to join the European Union. Official results gave Parvanov, the former head of the ruling Socialist party, 60.8 percent with 45 percent of ballots counted. An exit poll earlier gave him 63.7 percent. Full Story

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