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Rosen Plevneliev
Bulgarian election winner seeks broad coalition to govern

SOFIA (Reuters) - The winner of Bulgaria's election said on Friday he wanted to form a majority government, shifting tactics after last weekend's vote produced a fractured result threatening his chances of becoming prime minister again. Boiko Borisov, who led Bulgaria from 2009 to 2013, had initially said he was ready to head a minority government after his center-right GERB party won about a third of the vote on Sunday but fell 37 seats short of a majority. The former bodyguard and karate expert said only a majority could provide stability in the European Union's poorest country, whose next government will be its fifth in two years. The country's economic growth...