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On Monday President Rumen Radev holds consultations on formation of new cabinet

President Rumen Radev
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In accordance with the constitution, on Monday, 19 April, President Rumen Radev is to hold consultations with representatives of the parliamentary groups in the 45th National Assembly before handing a mandate for the formation of a government to the candidate nominated for prime minister by the biggest group among them.

The consultations will begin with the representatives of the parliamentary group of the coalition GERB-SDS. On the same day President Radev will meet with representatives of There Is Such a People (ITN), Bulgarian Socialist Party - for Bulgaria, the Movement for Rights and Freedoms, Democratic Bulgaria and Stand Up! Thugs Out!

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