According to the first results, the new mayor of Sofia will also comment tomorrow
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“We remain hopeful, she is alive. The morning is wiser than the evening. He said this in his first comment after the local election runoff Vanya Grigorovacandidate for mayor of Sofia from the local coalition “BSP for Bulgaria”.
She specified that she wanted to wait for the official results of the vote tomorrow for further comments.
“Thanks to everyone who came out and voted. Despite the problems during the election day and the smearing, we remain hopeful, it is alive and freedom is at hand,” said Vanya Grigorova.
“We gave citizens hope and offered a path to freedom. The votes for us were cast with hope, not disgust,” said Grigorova succinctly.
According to Kostadin Paskalev from the staff of Vanya Grigorova, the government has undermined the trust of the citizens and affected the activity of the second round of the elections. “The elections have become a memorial service for democracy, not a celebration. I’m pretty sure we’ll have cause for celebration tomorrow when the final results are announced,” he said.
“We have to wait for the final results before we say who won,” he added.
The new mayor of Sofia according to the first results of sociological agencies Vasil Terziev refused to comment on the first results of the runoff of the local vote. In his first statement after the runoff, he made a laconic comment in which he thanked everyone who voted for him and for the PP-DB, “Save Sofia” mayor regions.
“When there are final results, we will give a press conference. Expect an invitation tomorrow so that we can discuss with the political leaders the results in Sofia and in the country,” he pointed out.
The candidate of the local coalition “We continue the change – Democratic Bulgaria” (“Save Sofia”) for Mayor of Sofia Vasil Terziev leads the race with 51.4% support, according to Gallup International exit poll results at 8 p.m. Vanya Grigorova, supported by the local coalition “BSP for Bulgaria”, remains second with 44.3%. The difference between the two candidates is 7.1 percentage points.