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Tourism Minister: The country's basic law should not be static

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Bulgaria's Minister of Tourism Mariana Nikolova has voiced her support for the draft of a new Constitution submitted by GERB. She told Nova TV that the changes in the Constitution proposed by GERB are "a matter of meeting the needs of society" and that a basic law should not be static and should be changed. 

Nikolova claims young people in the country want changes and the government is obliged to provide them. As for the number of members of parliament, she said she approved the proposed reduction of number of MPs.

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