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A woman casts her vote in a polling station in Sofia, Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021. Voters go to the polls in Bulgaria for the forth time in seven months this weekend to elect a new president. A runoff election will elect a new president as none of the candidates received enough ballots to win the first round of polls on Nov. 14. (AP Photo/Valentina Petrova)

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A man casts his vote in a polling station in Sofia, Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021. Voters go to the polls in Bulgaria for the forth time in seven months this weekend to elect a new president. A runoff election will elect a new president as none of the candidates received enough ballots to win the first round of polls on Nov. 14. (AP Photo/Valentina Petrova)

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A man casts his vote in a polling station in Sofia, Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021. Voters go to the polls in Bulgaria for the forth time in seven months this weekend to elect a new president. A runoff election will elect a new president as none of the candidates received enough ballots to win the first round of polls on Nov. 14. (AP Photo/Valentina Petrova)

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A woman casts her vote in a polling station in Sofia, Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021. Voters go to the polls in Bulgaria for the forth time in seven months this weekend to elect a new president. A runoff election will elect a new president as none of the candidates received enough ballots to win the first round of polls on Nov. 14. (AP Photo/Valentina Petrova)

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Incumbent Bulgarian President Rumen Radev and his Vice President Iliana Yotova walk down the stairs to meet journalists after the end of election day in Sofia, Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021. Exit polls in Bulgaria suggest that Radev is the apparent winner in the country's runoff presidential election. Radev, a vocal critic of Borissov and firm supporter of last year's anti-corruption protests, has attracted many Bulgarians ??" who are fed up with politicians they see as corrupt and distanced from the people ??" by appointing two consecutive caretaker governments that unveiled alleged corruption cases in the industry and financial sectors.??(AP Photo/Valentina Petrova)

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Incumbent Bulgarian President Rumen Radev speaks to journalists after the end of election day in Sofia, Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021. Exit polls in Bulgaria suggest that Radev is the apparent winner in the country's runoff presidential election. Radev, a vocal critic of Borissov and firm supporter of last year's anti-corruption protests, has attracted many Bulgarians ??" who are fed up with politicians they see as corrupt and distanced from the people ??" by appointing two consecutive caretaker governments that unveiled alleged corruption cases in the industry and financial sectors.?? (AP Photo/Valentina Petrova)

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Bulgaria's incumbent President Rumen Radev casts his ballot to vote for the second round of the presidential election at a polling station in Sofia, on November 21, 2021. - Bulgarians vote on November 21, 2021 to elect their president, a largely ceremonial role that the current incumbent has transformed and put at the heart of the struggle against corruption in the EU's poorest country. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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Bulgaria's incumbent President Rumen Radev casts his ballot to vote for the second round of the presidential election at a polling station in Sofia, on November 21, 2021. - Bulgarians vote on November 21, 2021 to elect their president, a largely ceremonial role that the current incumbent has transformed and put at the heart of the struggle against corruption in the EU's poorest country. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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Bulgaria's incumbent President Rumen Radev (L) casts his ballot to vote for the second round of the presidential election at a polling station in Sofia, on November 21, 2021. - Bulgarians vote on November 21, 2021 to elect their president, a largely ceremonial role that the current incumbent has transformed and put at the heart of the struggle against corruption in the EU's poorest country. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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Bulgaria's incumbent President Rumen Radev speaks to medias after casting his ballot for the second round of the presidential election at a polling station in Sofia, on November 21, 2021. - Bulgarians vote on November 21, 2021 to elect their president, a largely ceremonial role that the current incumbent has transformed and put at the heart of the struggle against corruption in the EU's poorest country. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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Bulgaria's incumbent President Rumen Radev speaks to medias after casting his ballot for the second round of the presidential election at a polling station in Sofia, on November 21, 2021. - Bulgarians vote on November 21, 2021 to elect their president, a largely ceremonial role that the current incumbent has transformed and put at the heart of the struggle against corruption in the EU's poorest country. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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Bulgaria's incumbent President Rumen Radev (2R) speaks to supporters after casting his ballot for the second round of the presidential election at a polling station in Sofia, on November 21, 2021. - Bulgarians vote on November 21, 2021 to elect their president, a largely ceremonial role that the current incumbent has transformed and put at the heart of the struggle against corruption in the EU's poorest country. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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Anastas Gerdjikov, independent presidential candidate, backed by Bulgaria's center-right ruling GERB party casts his ballot to vote for the second round of the presidential election at a polling station in Sofia on November 21, 2021. - Bulgarians vote on November 21, 2021 to elect their president, a largely ceremonial role that the current incumbent has transformed and put at the heart of the struggle against corruption in the EU's poorest country. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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Anastas Gerdjikov, independent presidential candidate, backed by Bulgaria's center-right ruling GERB party casts his ballot to vote for the second round of the presidential election at a polling station in Sofia on November 21, 2021. - Bulgarians vote on November 21, 2021 to elect their president, a largely ceremonial role that the current incumbent has transformed and put at the heart of the struggle against corruption in the EU's poorest country. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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Anastas Gerdjikov, independent presidential candidate, backed by Bulgaria's center-right ruling GERB party speaks to medias after casting his ballot for the second round of the presidential election at a polling station in Sofia on November 21, 2021. - Bulgarians vote on November 21, 2021 to elect their president, a largely ceremonial role that the current incumbent has transformed and put at the heart of the struggle against corruption in the EU's poorest country. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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Anastas Gerdjikov, independent presidential candidate, backed by Bulgaria's center-right ruling GERB party speaks to medias after casting his ballot for the second round of the presidential election at a polling station in Sofia on November 21, 2021. - Bulgarians vote on November 21, 2021 to elect their president, a largely ceremonial role that the current incumbent has transformed and put at the heart of the struggle against corruption in the EU's poorest country. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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Bulgaria's incumbent President Rumen Radev (R) waves to supporters after casting his ballot for the second round of the presidential election at a polling station in Sofia on November 21, 2021. - Bulgarians vote on November 21, 2021 to elect their president, a largely ceremonial role that the current incumbent has transformed and put at the heart of the struggle against corruption in the EU's poorest country. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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Bulgaria's incumbent President Rumen Radev (C) arrives to casts his ballot for the second round of the presidential election at a polling station in Sofia on November 21, 2021. - Bulgarians vote on November 21, 2021 to elect their president, a largely ceremonial role that the current incumbent has transformed and put at the heart of the struggle against corruption in the EU's poorest country. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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This combo picture created on November 21, 2021, shows Bulgaria's incumbent President Rumen Radev (L) and Anastas Gerdjikov, independent presidential candidate, backed by Bulgaria's center-right ruling GERB party as they cast their ballots for the second round of the presidential election at a polling stations in Sofia on November 21, 2021. - Bulgarians vote on November 21, 2021 to elect their president, a largely ceremonial role that the current incumbent has transformed and put at the heart of the struggle against corruption in the EU's poorest country. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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Bulgaria's incumbent President Rumen Radev speaks to medias after the end of the second round of the presidential election in Sofia, on November 21, 2021. - Bulgaria's outgoing president Rumen Radev is headed for a comfortable re-election win, according to exit polls for the second round of the country's presidential election, on November 21, 2021. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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Bulgaria's incumbent President Rumen Radev waves to the journalists after the end of the second round of the presidential election, in Sofia, on November 21, 2021. - Bulgaria's outgoing president Rumen Radev is headed for a comfortable re-election win, according to exit polls for the second round of the country's presidential election, on November 21, 2021. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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Bulgaria's incumbent President Rumen Radev leaves, surrounded by members of his election campaign after the end of the second round of the presidential election, in Sofia, on November 21, 2021. - Bulgaria's outgoing president Rumen Radev is headed for a comfortable re-election win, according to exit polls for the second round of the country's presidential election, on November 21, 2021. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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Bulgaria's incumbent President Rumen Radev speaks to medias at the end of the second round of the presidential election in Sofia, on November 21, 2021. - Bulgaria's outgoing president Rumen Radev is headed for a comfortable re-election win, according to exit polls for the second round of the country's presidential election, on November 21, 2021. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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Bulgaria's incumbent President Rumen Radev (C) and Vice President Iliyana Yotova (L) arrive for a news conference after the end of the second round of the presidential election in Sofia on November 21, 2021. - Bulgarians vote on November 21, 2021 to elect their president, a largely ceremonial role that the current incumbent has transformed and put at the heart of the struggle against corruption in the EU's poorest country. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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Bulgaria's incumbent President Rumen Radev (C) and Vice President Iliyana Yotova (L) arrive for a news conference after the end of the second round of the presidential election in Sofia on November 21, 2021. - Bulgaria's outgoing president Rumen Radev is headed for a comfortable re-election win, according to exit polls for the second round of the country's presidential election, on November 21, 2021. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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Bulgaria's incumbent President Rumen Radev speaks to medias at the end of the second round of the presidential election in Sofia, on November 21, 2021. - Bulgarians vote on November 21, 2021 to elect their president, a largely ceremonial role that the current incumbent has transformed and put at the heart of the struggle against corruption in the EU's poorest country. (Photo by Nikolay DOYCHINOV / AFP)

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(211121) -- SOFIA, Nov. 21, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A voter uses an electronic voting machine to vote during the second round of the presidential elections at a polling station in Sofia, Bulgaria, Nov. 21, 2021. Bulgarians went to the polls on Sunday morning to vote in the second round of the presidential elections. Nearly 6.7 million eligible voters would choose their president for the next five years between incumbent President Rumen Radev and Rector of Sofia University Anastas Gerdjikov. (Photo by Marian Draganov/Xinhua) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(211121) -- SOFIA, Nov. 21, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A voter uses an electronic voting machine to vote during the second round of the presidential elections at a polling station in Sofia, Bulgaria, Nov. 21, 2021. Bulgarians went to the polls on Sunday morning to vote in the second round of the presidential elections. Nearly 6.7 million eligible voters would choose their president for the next five years between incumbent President Rumen Radev and Rector of Sofia University Anastas Gerdjikov. (Photo by Marian Draganov/Xinhua) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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(211121) -- SOFIA, Nov. 21, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A man casts his ballot during the second round of presidential elections at a polling station in Sofia, Bulgaria, Nov. 21, 2021. Bulgarians went to the polls on Sunday morning to vote in the second round of the presidential elections. Nearly 6.7 million eligible voters would choose their president for the next five years between incumbent President Rumen Radev and Rector of Sofia University Anastas Gerdjikov. (Photo by Marian Draganov/Xinhua) Xinhua News Agency / eyevine

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SOFIA, BULGARIA - NOVEMBER 21: Incumbent leader Rumen Radev (C) holds a press conference after winning the presidential election in Sofia, Bulgaria on November 21, 2021. Radev won the runoff of the presidential elections in Bulgaria on Sunday, according to exit polls. Borislav Troshev / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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SOFIA, BULGARIA - NOVEMBER 21: Incumbent leader Rumen Radev (C) leaves a press conference after winning the presidential election in Sofia, Bulgaria on November 21, 2021. Radev won the runoff of the presidential elections in Bulgaria on Sunday, according to exit polls. Borislav Troshev / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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SOFIA, BULGARIA - NOVEMBER 21: Incumbent leader Rumen Radev (C) waves hand during a press conference after winning the presidential election in Sofia, Bulgaria on November 21, 2021. Radev won the runoff of the presidential elections in Bulgaria on Sunday, according to exit polls. Borislav Troshev / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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SOFIA, BULGARIA - NOVEMBER 21: Presidential candidate Anastas Gerdzhikov casts his vote during the second round of presidential elections at a polling station, in Sofia, Bulgaria on November 21, 2021. Borislav Troshev / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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SOFIA, BULGARIA - NOVEMBER 21: Presidential candidate Anastas Gerdzhikov speaks with media after casting his vote during the second round of presidential elections at a polling station, in Sofia, Bulgaria on November 21, 2021. Borislav Troshev / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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SOFIA, BULGARIA - NOVEMBER 21: A man part of the election commission waits for voters to cast their vote during the second round of presidential elections at a polling station in Sofia, Bulgaria on November 21, 2021. According to media research the overall voter turnout is lower than the previous election round last week. Borislav Troshev / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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SOFIA, BULGARIA - NOVEMBER 21: Elderly woman casts her vote during the second round of presidential elections at a polling station in Sofia, Bulgaria on November 21, 2021. According to media research the overall voter turnout is lower than the previous election round last week. Borislav Troshev / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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SOFIA, BULGARIA - NOVEMBER 21: Elderly woman casts her vote during the second round of presidential elections at a polling station in Sofia, Bulgaria on November 21, 2021. According to media research the overall voter turnout is lower than the previous election round last week. Borislav Troshev / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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SOFIA, BULGARIA - NOVEMBER 21: Presidential candidate Rumen Radev (R) casts his vote during the second round of presidential elections at a polling station, in Sofia, Bulgaria on November 21, 2021. Borislav Troshev / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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SOFIA, BULGARIA - NOVEMBER 21: Presidential candidate Rumen Radev (R) casts his vote during the second round of presidential elections at a polling station, in Sofia, Bulgaria on November 21, 2021. Borislav Troshev / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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SOFIA, BULGARIA - NOVEMBER 21: Presidential candidate Rumen Radev casts his vote during the second round of presidential elections at a polling station, in Sofia, Bulgaria on November 21, 2021. Borislav Troshev / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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SOFIA, BULGARIA - NOVEMBER 21: Presidential candidate Rumen Radev (front) casts his vote during the second round of presidential elections at a polling station, in Sofia, Bulgaria on November 21, 2021. Borislav Troshev / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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SOFIA, BULGARIA - NOVEMBER 21: Presidential candidate Rumen Radev (C) speaks with media after casting his vote during the second round of presidential elections at a polling station, in Sofia, Bulgaria on November 21, 2021. Borislav Troshev / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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SOFIA, BULGARIA - NOVEMBER 21: Presidential candidate Anastas Gerdzhikov casts his vote during the second round of presidential elections at a polling station, in Sofia, Bulgaria on November 21, 2021. Borislav Troshev / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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A woman casts her vote in a polling station in Sofia, Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021. Voters go to the polls in Bulgaria for the forth time in seven months this weekend to elect a new president. A runoff election will elect a new president as none of the candidates received enough ballots to win the first round of polls on Nov. 14. (AP Photo/Valentina Petrova)