Parvan Dangov returned on a white horse in Dupnitsa, a shock in Kyustendil

Parvan Dangov returned on a white horse in Dupnitsa, a shock in Kyustendil
Parvan Dangov returned on a white horse in Dupnitsa, a shock in Kyustendil
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Boboshevo Municipality also has a new mayor – Stefan Tachev from “Citizens for the Municipality”

Kyustendil, Bulgaria06 Nov. 2023, 10:38 7203 read 1 comment

The new mayor of Kyustendil, Eng. Ognyan Atanasov from the Green Party, received 68.63% of the voters’ votes, while Petar Paunov, who served four consecutive terms, supported by a broad coalition of 15 parties, including GERB, collected only 29.61%. indicate data at 100% processed protocols. 1.77% voted “I do not support anyone”.

According to the first comments, Petar Paunov lost because of the shocking increase in local taxes and fees – for example, the garbage tax for the villages was raised 8 times.

All local formations, without the “Vazrazhdane” party, have united against the previous mayor, and malicious comments against him personally went on the Internet throughout the campaign, BNR reports.

The newly elected mayor Eng. Ognyan Atanasov stated:

“I hope that there are better days ahead for Kyustendil. We will build on what has been done, we will support everything that will be done in the future and I think that together we can, as we proved it in the elections.”

In Dupnitsa, the red-headed Parvan Dangov, who exactly 20 years ago won and retained one mandate, now collects 61.04% against Eng. Last night it became clear that Chimev is giving up being a councilor and will probably leave politics.

Boboshevo Municipality also has a new mayor – Stefan Tachev from “Citizens for the Municipality”. He has 51.52% of the votes. His opponent Krum Marinov from the BSP, who served 4 terms, received 47.09%. The two were rivals 4 years ago. Marinov narrowly won then, lawsuits followed. Tachev became the chairman of the National Assembly, and the two did not speak to each other during the entire mandate.

A new mayor of Kocherinovo Municipality was also elected with 49.74%. This is Stanislav Gorov from Citizens for the Municipality. The other candidate, from GERB – Ivan Minkov, who served three terms, received 49.23%. Interestingly, Minkov’s first round did not receive very few votes – he had 49.6%. Only then in the town will they explain to each other how Gorov, who is a farmer and looks after vineyards, has reversed a difference of over 25 points.

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