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MRF leader: To cope with all crises, the political crisis must be overcome

MRF leader Mustafa Karadayi
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The Bulgarian voters did not empower anyone to rule with one party. Bulgarian citizens sent a signal that the politicians in Bulgaria should talk to each other and seek a coalition among themselves for the sake of solving people's problems

This was said at a press briefing by the leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms, Mustafa Karadayi. According to him, in order to overcome all crises, the biggest one must be overcome - the political crisis. The MRF leader called on everyone to "overcome their egocentrism" and "seek unity".

When asked whether the MRF would participate in a coalition with GERB and Democratic Bulgaria, Karadayi said that the pre-election dividing lines should remain in the pre-election period and that in order to overcome the crises in the country, the parties should negotiate in search of a formula for establishing a stable majority in the parliament and government.

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