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Union of “We Continue the Change” and DB will also attract civil organizations

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"I believe that we will participate with common lists together with DB in the next elections. We would be the main core, but we are also starting to attract civil organizations that have not yet committed themselves to politics." This is what Kiril Petkov, the co-chairman of "We Continue the Change", told BNR. According to him, the task of this union would be having enough people in the next parliament with common priorities such as judicial reform, better education, better healthcare, less corruption, etc.

Speaking about the relations between Bulgaria and North Macedonia, the former Prime Minister Kiril Petkov commented: "It is important not to leave the perspective of the relations between the two countries dependent only on the topic of the incident that happened. At the same time, while working against hate speech, we must also open the other topics - infrastructure, economy, so that our relations can also have a positive character."

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