(Reuters) - Bulgarians will vote on Sunday in the European Union country's ninth general election since the fall of communism in 1989.
Led by a former bodyguard and karate expert, the centre right GERB party is expected to win but fall short of a majority, which could spark a period of haggling with smaller parties and the opposition to shore up support.
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