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People's Voice (political party)

People's Voice Bulgarian: Глас народен is a political party in Bulgaria, founded by Svetoslav Vitkov in 2013


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The party was established in 2013 by popular Bulgarian punk and ska musician Svetoslav Vitkov just prior to the parliamentary election and achieved relative success by winning 1,34% of the total vote This result placed it as the 13th largest party in the country, with just a few weeks of campaigning and little to no financial support

The party became the first one to open its list for the European Parliament election in 2014 to all people willing to participate Following a series of events, including public debates on European policies, a lie-detector test, and Facebook voting, the party announced its 17 candidates, with most of them having never been involved in politics before The top two candidates were well-known - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences member and activist Hristo Lafchiev, and political scientist and renowned football fan Aleksandar Alekov The party soon became known for its provocative, fun and socially open rhetoric, including penalty shoot-outs with other politicians and scandalous video clips

At the European Parliament elections in May 2014, People's Voice placed 9th with 1,002% of the vote In the parliamentary elections held in October 2014, the party 37,335 votes, enough to earn it 10th place with 114% of the vote

People's Voice attempted to enter the 2016 presidential election, initially opting for a coalition with The Greens Their candidate for president was Svetoslav Vitkov, while his running-mate was Ivan Velkov, a Deputy Chairman of the municipal councilor in Sofia However, on October 5, 2016 their registration in the elections was denied due to an insufficient number of signatures gathered prior to the final deadline for doing so

At the 2017 parliamentary election, People's Voice entered a coalition with the Reformist Bloc, with Vitkov announced as the top candidate for the 25th electoral district, one of three that comprise the capital Sofia


Parliament of Bulgaria
Election # of seats won # of total votes % of popular vote rank Position after the election Notes
2013 0 / 240 47,419 134% 13th Extra-parliamentary
2014 0 / 240 37,335 114% 10th Extra-parliamentary
2017 0 / 240 107,407 314% 6th Extra-parliamentary In a coalition with the Reformist Bloc
European Parliament
Election # of seats won # of total votes % of popular vote rank
2014 0 / 17 22,440 100% 9th


  1. ^ "Резултати : Избори за народни представители 2013" in Bulgarian Central Electoral Commission ЦИК Retrieved 20 February 2017 
  2. ^ "Резултати : Избори за Европейски Парламент 2014" in Bulgarian Central Electoral Commission ЦИК Retrieved 20 February 2017 
  3. ^ "Резултати : Избори за народни представители 2014" in Bulgarian Central Electoral Commission ЦИК Retrieved 20 February 2017 
  4. ^ "Светльо Витков и "Зелените" отиват заедно на президентския вот" Newsbg 14 September 2016 Retrieved 20 February 2017 
  5. ^ "Светослав Витков и Владимир Кузов отпадат от изборите, не са събрали подписи" in Bulgarian Dnevnikbg 5 October 2016 Retrieved 20 February 2017 
  6. ^ ""Глас народен" се коалира с Реформаторския блок, Витков ще води в София" in Bulgarian Dnevnikbg 17 February 2017 Retrieved 20 February 2017 

External links

  • Official website in Bulgarian
  • Official Facebook page
  • Official Twitter profile
  • Official YouTube channel

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