BULGARIA: Continued protests heighten the probability of snap general poll

Share on twitter
Share on whatsapp
Share on facebook
Share on linkedin
Share on email

Listen to our reports with a personalized podcasts through your Amazon Alexa or Apple devices audio translated into several languages

en flag
zh flag
de flag
pt flag
es flag
Press play to listen
The ruling Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (GERB) is expected to survive the vote of no confidence later today, 21 July. The ruling party could announce a major cabinet reshuffle to appease public discontent. However, the probability of snap polls is rising amid the continuing, largest anti-government protests since 2013. The motion of no confidence – initiated by the opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) over the government’s alleged failure to tackle corruption – is unlikely to succeed as the GERB-led coalition holds 115 mandates in the 240-seat parliament and the r
Register for FREE or log in to read the rest of this report.

Contact report analysts

Speevr exclusive event

US Election Series 2020

Roundtable: GOP Data Scientists on Big Data and US Election Polling

Scott Tranter

Optimus Analytics

Tuesday 11th August 2020 at 12:00 ET / 17:00 UK

RSVP to secure your spot for this event

EUROPE: CEE PULSE

( 4 mins read ) The Czech Republic is tightening restrictions and debating new economic support measures amid surging Covid-19 cases. In Poland, the three governing parties are deciding the fate of the United Right coalition. Romania’s parliament adopted a

Read More »

EUROPE: CEE PULSE

( 6 mins read ) The strong performance of the ruling United Russia party in the country’s regional elections suggests it is well-placed to retain its dominance of the State Duma after the 2021 parliamentary elections despite falling its approval

Read More »

EUROPE: CEE PULSE

( 5 mins read ) With Russia’s support, the disputed President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko looks likely to cling onto power for now. The stability of Bulgaria’s government will be tested by resurgent protests and parliament’s position on the constitutional

Read More »

EUROPE: CEE PULSE

( 4 mins read ) A worsening epidemiological situation across the CEE is prompting governments to tighten sanitary measures and reimpose restrictions on cross-border travels, economic and public activities. However, Romania is bucking the regional trend and reopening restaurants, theaters,

Read More »

Follow our contributors on Twitter

Timely reviews from @JNilssonWright on 'Twilight of Democracy' [you can say that again!] & 'Iconoclast' [Sayonara, Abe-san] by @observingjapan

Exclusive: China preparing an antitrust investigation into Google - sources https://reut.rs/2GlUmHk writes Cheng Leng @QiZHAI @DavidKirton_

The North American release date of THE ICONOCLAST is Thursday! Order now and you'll have it imminently. https://bookshop.org/books/the-iconoclast-shinzo-abe-and-the-new-japan/9781787383104

Alejandro Catterberg en diálogo con @LongobardiM: “La crisis económica es un hecho, y esa realidad está llevando al Presidente a una posición mucho más débil, obligándolo cada vez más a recostarse sobre el núcleo duro cristinista del 25%.”

Alejandro Catterberg en diálogo con @LongobardiM: “La economía dejó de ser determinada por la política y pasó a ser definida por la crisis mundial, agravada en Argentina por la duración de la cuarentena.”

Alejandro Catterberg en diálogo con @LongobardiM: “El electorado argentino ya no está dividido en tres tercios. Hay una amplia mayoría que rechaza a Cristina Kirchner y a Mauricio Macri.”

Alejandro Catterberg en diálogo con @LongobardiM: “Fuera de los dos núcleos duros de cristinistas y macristas, hay un 54% que nosotros llamamos “Ni-Ni políticos”. Se trata de gente que dio vuelta la página, y viene creciendo constantemente en el tiempo -en 2016 era 33%-.”

Alejandro Catterberg en diálogo con @LongobardiM: “CFK está pagando el costo político de la crisis en términos de opinión pública. Hoy tiene solamente 28% de imagen positiva, es la más baja en dos años y es 14 puntos menor a la que tenía en diciembre al comenzar la gestión.”

Alejandro Catterberg en diálogo con @LongobardiM: “La imagen de Alberto Fernández no está al nivel de CFK -sigue teniendo una ventaja amplia sobre ella- pero está cayendo. En nuestro último estudio mensual (septiembre), la imagen del presidente cayó por quinto mes consecutivo.”

Load More...
×

Table of Contents