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“Democratic Bulgaria” to support the prospective cabinet

| updated on 12/9/21 9:57 AM
Hristo Ivanov
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The three parties in the coalition “Democratic Bulgaria”- “Democrats for Strong Bulgaria”, “Green Movement” and “Yes, Bulgaria!” shall support the coalition agreement and the prospective cabinet. 

This became clear after the sitting of their governing bodies. The Bulgarian Socialist Party and “There is Such a People” are yet to announce their decision. Meanwhile, the negotiating political forces will continue to work out the details of the future coalition agreement. However, it is not yet clear whether it will be signed jointly by the leaders, or whether “We Continue the Change” will sign the agreement with each of the political formations separately.

We are ready with the composition of the Council of Ministers to a big extent and the coalition agreement should be signed by Monday, Prime-Minister designate Kiril Petkov said before the start of today’s negotiations at the National Assembly. The Bulgarian Socialist Party has proposed supplements regarding the social sphere at the last minute.

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