Even the one-year-old grandmother Radka Deleva did not miss going to the polls this time either. Accompanied by her relatives, she went to cast her vote in the local elections.
The centenarian voted with three types of ballots – for mayor of a municipality, for mayor of a town hall and for municipal councilors. After the vote, grandmother Radka shared that she did not experience any difficulties during the vote. She indicated that she will go to the polls as many times as she needs to as long as she lives. The centenarian said that she was voting for a better future for Terter and the Kubrat municipality. She urged the young people not to remain passive, but to go and exercise the right to have a voice.
Those present in the election room wished the centenarian good health and a peaceful old age. After the vote, grandmother Radka stayed to sit on the bench in front of her house to discuss with her fellow villagers.
Grandma Radka Deleva was born in September 1922 in the village of Cerna, Tulcea district, in Romania. At the age of 18, he moved with his other eight sisters and brothers to Terter, after the treaty signed in the city of Craiova between the Kingdom of Bulgaria and the Kingdom of Romania. For her age, grandmother Radka is in very good health. Her relatives in Kubrat are taking care of her.
Source: Sadet Kurova/BTA