1st MMC – Blagoevgrad

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1st Multi-member Constituency - Blagoevgrad is a constituency whose borders are the same as Blagoevgrad Province.

Background[edit]

In the Bulgarian parliamentary election, 2009, 1st MMC – Blagoevgrad elected 10 members in the Bulgarian National Assembly, 9 of which were through proportionality vote and 1 was through first-past-the-post voting.

Members in the Bulgarian National Assembly[edit]

Election Member Party
2009 Lyben Tatarski GERB
Election Member Party
2009 Aliosman Imamov DPS
2009 Atanas Kambitov GERB
2009 Georgi Andonov GERB
2009 Georgi Ikonomov GERB
2009 Kornelia Ninova KB
2009 Mitko Zahov GERB
2009 Musa Palev DPS
2009 Ognyan Tetimov Ataka
2009 Yane Yanev RZS

Elections[edit]

2009 election

Party Votes  % Change Seats Change
  Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria 69710 37.68 4 +4
  Movement for Rights and Freedoms 32811 17.74 2 -1
  Coalition for Bulgaria 24601 13.30 1 -1
  Order, Lawfulness, Justice 18259 9.87 1 +1
  National Union Attack 12064 6.52 1 +1
  Blue Coalition 11518 6.23 0 -3
  Others 16022 8.66
Total Turnout 61.63% 184985 100 9 -3
Party Candidate Votes  % Change
  Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria Lyuben Tatarski 68690 37.30
  Order, Lawfulness, Justice Yane Yanev 27221 14.78
  Coalition for Bulgaria Dr. Asen Zlatev 23888 12.97
  Movement for Rights and Freedoms Ahmed Bashev 33309 18.09
  National Union Attack Ognyan Tetimov 10529 5.72
  Others 20536 11.15
Total 184173 100

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Информационна агенция "Фокус"". Archived from the original on 2009-06-17. Retrieved 2009-06-14. 

Coordinates: 41°45′N 23°15′E / 41.750°N 23.250°E / 41.750; 23.250