List of Bulgarian constituencies

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Bulgaria is divided into 31 multi-member constituencies.

Background[edit]

In general the 31 constituencies are arrange as to coincide with the administrative division of Bulgaria, with the exception of Sofia City and Plovdiv provinces, where there are 3 additiononal constituencies. They are numbered according to their order in Cyrillic.

Since Bulgarian parliamentary election, 2009, 31 out of the 240 Members of Parliament are elected through majority vote, while the rest 209 are elected through proporional vote.

The List[edit]

Proportional Vote[edit]

  • The following is the allocation of MPs according to the constituency in the proporional vote:
MMC Constituency Mandates
until 2009 Change after 2009
1 Blagoevgrad 10 -1 9
2 Burgas 13 -2 11
3 Varna 14 -2 12
4 Veliko Tarnovo 9 -1 8
5 Vidin 4 -1 3
6 Vratsa 7 -1 6
7 Gabrovo 4 0 4
8 Dobrich 7 -1 6
9 Kardzhali 5 -1 4
10 Kyustendil 5 -1 4
11 Lovech 5 -1 4
12 Montana 6 -1 5
13 Pazardzhik 9 -1 8
14 Pernik 5 -1 4
15 Pleven 10 -1 9
16 Plovdiv 10 -1 9
17 Plovdiv-province 11 -1 10
18 Razgrad 5 -1 4
19 Ruse 8 -1 7
20 Silistra 4 0 4
21 Sliven 7 -1 6
22 Smolyan 4 0 4
23 Sofia-23 13 -2 11
24 Sofia-24 11 -1 10
25 Sofia-25 12 -2 10
26 Sofia-province 8 -1 7
27 Stara Zagora 11 -1 10
28 Targovishte 4 0 4
29 Haskovo 8 -1 7
30 Shumen 6 -1 5
31 Yambol 5 -1 4
Total 240 -31 209

Majority Vote[edit]

MMC Member Party
Blagoevgrad
Burgas
Varna
Veliko Tarnovo
Vidin
Vratsa
Gabrovo
Dobrich
Kardzhali
Kyustendil
Lovech
Montana
Pazardzhik
Pernik
Pleven
Plovdiv
Plovdiv-province
Razgrad
Ruse
Silistra
Sliven
Smolyan
Sofia-23
Sofia-24
Sofia-25
Sofia-province
Stara Zagora
Targovishte
Haskovo
Shumen
Yambol

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