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“Stand Up! Thugs Out!” is changing its name to “Stand Up.BG! We are coming!”

| updated on 7/20/21 3:45 PM
Maya Manolova
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The parliamentary group of “Stand Up! Thugs Out!” is changing its name and will from now on be called “Stand Up.BG! We are coming!”.

This was announced by the coalition’s leader Maya Manolova after a meeting of the parliamentary group one day before the first sitting of the new National Assembly. This smallest group in parliament will be headed by Maya Manolova. The nomination by “Stand Up.BG! We are coming!” for Vice President of the National Assembly will be Tatyana Doncheva, leader of “Movement 21” which is part of the coalition. 

GERB-SDS formed their parliamentary group at a meeting today. Once again it will he headed by Desislava Atanasova. It was announced that the coalition, which came second at the parliamentary election on 11 July, will hand the mandate for forming a government back if “There Is Such a People” fail to form a cabinet. 

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