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Bulgarian President Radev wins second term on anti-corruption ticket

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By Tsvetelia Tsolova SOFIA (Reuters) – Bulgarian President Rumen Radev won a second term in office by a wide margin on Sunday as voters in the European Union’s poorest country backed his strong anti-corruption message, exit polls showed. Radev, 58, defeated his challenger Anastas Gerdzhikov, also 58, winning 66% to 32% in the presidential run-off after nearly winning outright in the first round on Nov 14, according to exit polls that also registered a record low voter turnout. The election comes amid widespread discontent against high level graft that ended the decade-long rule of former premi…

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