Some 6.7 million eligible voters hope that after inconclusive general elections in April and July, the third attempt to elect 240 lawmakers will result in a government to lead the European Union’s poorest member out of health and economic crises.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov's party takes a beating amid corruption allegations.
The vote will be the Balkan country's second in three months, after an April election resulted in a fragmented parliament that failed to produce a government.
Over 6.7 million Bulgarians are eligible to vote in an election that will decide if the long-serving Prime Minister Boyko Borissov wins another four-year term in office.
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