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Polit-Barometer: Year 21, Issue 6, July-August

Bulgaria entered an unprecedented political crisis following the antisystemic, antiparliamentary and destructive behaviour of There Is Such a People (Ima Takuv Narod - ITN). Political polarisation in the country has built a wall between the main political parties, which restricts opportunities for dialogue and finding a solution to form a Parliamentary majority. Third Parliamentary elections in slightly over six months push the state to a stalemate and to deepening the political crisis.


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Essential Struggles: Pandemic Fronts

The bilingual (Bulgarian and English) collection is the result of more than a year of cooperation of the LevFem team, the Transnational Social Strike Platform, the international feminist network EAST - Essential Autonomous Struggles Transnational and the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Bulgaria. The publication reflects the social and labor struggles, strikes and protests of women, migrants, key workers and LGBTI+ people from Eastern Europe (but also beyond) in the context of the Covid-19 crisis.


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Labour Relations and Social Dialogue in Bulgaria 2020

Industrial relations and social dialogue are an important element of any modern society. This publication aims to analyze their situation in Bulgaria in 2020, taking into account two important circumstances - the pandemic of COVID-19 and the census of members of trade unions and employers’ organizations. COVID-19 has led to the loss of many jobs and a change in the way many employees work. The census is carried out once every four years and is used to determine the nationally representative organizations of workers and employers.


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Polit-Barometer: Year 21, Issue 5, 1-12 July

The early parliamentary elections held on July 11th were marked by a record low turnout. For the first time since 2009, GERB are not the first political force. After a poor performance, BSP remains the third force.


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Polit-Barometer: Year 21, Issue 4, May

The caretaker government has set about its work actively. The main challenge facing the caretaker government is the implementation of fair elections. Electoral polls show that Slavi Trifonov’s party is gaining ground on GERB and there is a definite possibility that for the first time since 2009 the party led by Boyko Borisov will lose the parliamentary elections.


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Polit-Barometer: Year 21, Issue 3, April

After the decision of “There is such a people” to return the mandate to form a government, there will probably be new elections. The risks for a possible caretaker government appointed by the president will be high in view of the economic crisis and problems regarding the budget.The frustration of thousands of Bulgarians who supported the protests last year will intensify.


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Polit-Barometer: Year 21, Issue 2, March

GERB won the elections, but it could be a Pyrrhic victory and the party will probably remain in opposition. The surprise of the elections was “There is such a people”, which achieved second place. The election results show that citizens want significant change.


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Polit-Barometer: Year 21, Issue 1, January-February

The holding of elections in the circumstances of an epidemic is a major challenge facing the country. At this juncture, GERB, according to sociologists, is the leading political force, but the government has exceptionally low levels of confidence, and this may bring about surprises. With a greatly fragmented parliament, forming a ruling coalition will entail the agreement of at least three parties.


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