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President Radev expected to convene new Parliament on December 1

Photo: Ani Petrova, BNR

Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev is expected to issue a decree convening the 47th National Assembly on December 1, Wednesday, BNR reporter Violeta Ashikova informed. The most urgent task of Bulgaria’s new Parliament is related to the adoption of the 2022 state budget. According to representatives of the teams negotiating this country’s regular cabinet, next year’s state budget is expected to be adopted by the end of January, 2022.

7 political forces will be represented in the new National Assembly. “We Continue the Change” will have the biggest parliamentary group and “Vazrazhdane” party will have the smallest parliamentary group in the 47th National Assembly.


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