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Negotiations for forming a regular cabinet to continue, draft coalition agreement expected

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Negotiations for forming a government between the political parties "We continue the change", BSP, "There is such a people" and "Democratic Bulgaria" will continue today. The draft of the coalition agreement is expected to be ready by the evening, and the cabinet itself to become a fact next week, the nominee for prime minister from the party that won the elections, Kiril Petkov, told bTV. 

Each of the four parties is expected to have its own ministers in the new cabinet, as well as a deputy prime minister. 
"We continue the change" has proposed that the current caretaker Interior Minister Boyko Rashkov should keep his post, and Asen Vassilev should become Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister.

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