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Maya Manolova: We are not negotiating with parties which are part of the status quo

Tatiana Doncheva (L) and Maya Manolova (R)
Photo: BGNES

"Stand up! Thugs out" coalition distanced from the words of its co-chairman Nikolay Hadzhigenov. This was announced by the other co-chairperson of the coalition Maya Manolova and Tatiana Doncheva, who is the leader of one of the parties in "Stand up! Thugs outcoalition.

 Earlier today, Nikolay Hadzhigenov told BNT that he was ready to start negotiations to form a government immediately and for the purpose, the votes of the Bulgarian Socialist Party were needed. Hadzhigenov also said that if MRF wanted to support them, they could not refuse this support and added that he would sacrifice himself and become a minister.  

"Making agreements with GERB and MRF is comletely unacceptable and this is not a decision of the coalition. We are not negotiating with parties which are part of the status quo!", said Maya Manolova.

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