According to Bulgarian National Radio, on the morning of January 5 local time, Bulgarian President Roumen Radev announced that the 2021 parliamentary elections in the country would be held on March 28.
After that, he also related to the epidemic prevention of polling day and previous election campaigns, he Several senior officials in charge of health held consultations. These senior officials include Health Minister Konstantin Angerov, National Chief Health Inspector Angel Kunchev, and Krasimir Djigov, Director of the National Vaccination Headquarters.
In consultation with senior health officials, Radff pointed out that as president, he believes that it is very important to ensure that the people have the opportunity to exercise their constitutional rights and ensure everyone’s safety during the parliamentary election process.
According to the introduction, in order to give those voters in isolation the opportunity to vote, the Bulgarian electoral institutions will make two arrangements, one is to launch mobile polling stations, and the other is to set up special polling areas.
In response, Kunchev, the chief health inspector of Bulgaria, said that the disinfection of relevant personnel, including the disinfection of voting machines, will also be taken into account.
The Bulgarian Ministry of Health, Anzherov, said that the political parties participating in the election should first consider the health and safety of Bulgarian citizens, so indoor gatherings will not be allowed during election days and elections.