Research Assistant at the University of Glasgow
Petar Bankov is a lecturer and research assistant at the University of Glasgow.
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Petar Bankov is a teacher and research assistant at the University of Glasgow. He is interested in issues of comparative party politics and the relationship between parties and citizens, particularly at the local level.
Parliamentary election in Bulgaria, 2 October 2022
On 2 October 2022, Bulgaria held its fourth parliamentary vote within 18 months, thus making the notorious record of being the established democracy with most parliamentary elections within the shortest period of time. These elections had the lowest turnout since the democratization of Bulgaria in 1990: only 39.4% decided to go to the polls. The … Continuedlire l'article
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Elections in Europe: 2022