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> Bulgaria's former prime minister Boyko Borisoff is likely to be it's next one too. That after the center right Gerb party narrowly won an election that e-triggered after resigning last November. The result of the vote in the EU's poorest member state is seen as a sign of its loyalty to the block, which it joined in 2007.
The defeated socialist party has pledged to boost the country size with Russia. If former firefighter, Borisoff succeeds in forming a new coalition, it's in keeping tight fiscal policies to support the left currencies back to the euro. Gerb is expected to seek an alliance with the Anti-Immigration United Patriots Nationalist Party to form a coalition government.
The Ethnic Turkish Party, MRF and the populous will also set to enter the next parliament after gaining grounds in the vote.