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Bulgarian PM set to resign after his party loses presidency

Published 13/11/2016 | 07:31

Bulgarian Socialists Party candidate Rumen Radev leaves the polling booth (AP)
Bulgarian Socialists Party candidate Rumen Radev leaves the polling booth (AP)

Bulgarian Prime Minister Boiko Borisov says he will resign after accepting that the opposition has won a run-off presidential election.

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Exit polls showed opposition Socialists-backed candidate General Rumen Radev taking 58% of the vote in Sunday's ballot.

Mr Borisov said: "We accept the will of the people and we congratulate those who have the support of the majority of the voters."

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