Barron's: Virus Could Raise Vote-buying Risk In Bulgaria Election: Report

The American financial publication Barron’s published information about the ACF’s research on the bought and controlled vote in Bulgaria: “Between 5 and 19 percent of the vote in Bulgarian elections since 2013 has been influenced by vote-buying or voter intimidation practices, the non-governmental organization Anti-Corruption Fund said on Monday. According to the ACF, there is a greater risk that these practices will influence the final outcome of Sunday’s parliamentary elections in this EU member state, as “the behavior of bought or controlled voters will be less influenced by the risks associated with the pandemic and they will be more motivated to vote.”

 

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