Daily webcast

Bulgarian National Radio © 2021 All Rights Reserved

ITN wants partnership with "Democratic Bulgaria" and "We Continue the Change"

Toshko Yordanov
Photo: BGNES

"There is Such a People" party (ITN) have filed their documents to the CEC for participation in the upcoming parliamentary elections. The political formation of TV presenter Slavi Trifonov have already said that they would not nominate a candidate for president, but would support the current head of state Rumen Radev.

Asked whether the party was afraid of the emergence of the "We Continue the Change" formation of former caretaker ministers Assen Vassilev and Kiril Petkov, ITN Deputy Chairman Toshko Yordanov said: "The emergence of new formations is something wonderful for Bulgarian political life. How can anyone be afraid of that?”

The politician also said that it was logical for “There is Such a People” to be partners with “Democratic Bulgaria” and “We Continue the Change” in the next parliament. He ruled out support and relations with MRF and GERB.


More from category

Weather forecast for Saturday, 17 October

During the night the clouds will continue over most of the country.There will be occasional showers in Northern Bulgaria and along the Black Sea coast which will stop by morning. Over the Southwestern parts of the country the clouds will temporarily..

published on 10/16/21 7:35 PM

33.6% of the population of Bulgaria at risk of poverty and social exclusion: Eurostat

Bulgaria and Romania are the two countries of the European union with the highest share of people at risk of poverty and social exclusion, according to Eurostat data.  More than one-quarter of their population – alongside Greece and Spain – are at..

published on 10/16/21 5:28 PM

80% Bulgarians do not know what the country’s position on the Green Deal is: survey

80% of people in Bulgaria do not know what Bulgaria’s position on the Green Deal is, and 83% - what the EU’s aims are in gradually making the economy independent of coal as a source of energy, a survey by Trend research centre shows.   68% of the..

published on 10/16/21 4:53 PM