No problem! The enthronement always takes part on the same day.
So it's probably unique Orthodox Church (including OO) that the enthronement is celebrated on the day of voting. Very interesting.
It has to be said that the number of visitors from the Sister Churches is very low - only two Archbishops are present (+Cyprus and + Czech Republic and Slovakia). I am not even sure if all the Sister Churches sent any representatives - so no Patriarchs about.
Maybe they didn't know the enthronement would be on the day of voting
It's very strange. And yes, I've noticed there is metropolitan Christoph of Czech and Slovakia
The chanting is very good as as the Patriarchal Cathedral choir.
Yes, very good voices, but for me it's sad they don't use traditional Bulgarian - Byzantine chant (until this moment I've not heard any piece during this ceremony)