The Central Electoral Commission (CEC) reported that 8.59 percent of the electorate had voted by midday. In April and July, the number climbed to 18 percent and 12 percent, respectively, at the same hour.
Until the polls closed at 20.00 local time, voters were able to choose among 27 parties and alliances to make up the new 240-seat Parliament.
Elections polls forecast that at least six political parties will enter the new Parliament. The conservative populist formation GERB led by former Prime Minister Boiko Borisov might reach a 24 percent voting intention.
Here is a small sheet, where i present the main players in the coming parliamentary elections on November 14th. Nine players, which all have chances to be presented in the next 47th Parliament. pic.twitter.com/oBuyFLpasQ