Eoghan Murphy, Special co-ordinator of short-term OSCE observer mission reacts as he attends news-conference in Sofia, Monday, May 13, 2013. Eoghan Murphy, said that "scandals and the recent discovery of additional ballot papers without proper explanation undermined peoples’ faith in the political system, and more worryingly, made them question the process itself." "The electoral process was further negatively affected by pervasive allegations of vote-buying," Murphy told reporters. He also singled out the mistrust between political parties and the current economic difficulties as negative developments in the country. (AP Photo/Valentina Petrova)

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Eoghan Murphy, Special co-ordinator of short-term OSCE observer mission reacts as he attends news-conference in Sofia, Monday, May 13, 2013. Eoghan Murphy, said that "scandals and the recent discovery of additional ballot papers without proper explanation undermined peoples’ faith in the political system, and more worryingly, made them question the process itself."  "The electoral process was further negatively affected by pervasive allegations of vote-buying," Murphy told reporters. He also singled out the mistrust between political parties and the current economic difficulties as negative developments in the country.  (AP Photo/Valentina Petrova)
Eoghan Murphy, Special co-ordinator of short-term OSCE observer mission reacts as he attends news-conference in Sofia, Monday, May 13, 2013. Eoghan Murphy, said that "scandals and the recent discovery of additional ballot papers without proper explanation undermined peoples’ faith in the political system, and more worryingly, made them question the process itself." "The electoral process was further negatively affected by pervasive allegations of vote-buying," Murphy told reporters. He also singled out the mistrust between political parties and the current economic difficulties as negative developments in the country. (AP Photo/Valentina Petrova)
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