Socialists won Bulgaria presidential election – Borisov to resign

Political outsider Rumen Radev has won Bulgaria’s presidential run-off, inflicting a convincing defeat on the ruling party’s candidate. (Euronews)

Radev, 53, entered Bulgarian politics on a wave of discontent with the ruling centre-right’s progress in combating corruption, disappointment with the European Union. (Reuters)

“In the first working day of the parliament we will tender the government resignation,” current Bulgarian centre right PM Borisov told reporters on Sunday.