On the second last day of registration in the Central Election Committee, the parties comply with their request for the majority in the form of a triple alliance. Each political party made many proposals to uplift the crisis in the country.
Nikola Minchev, Former chairman of the National Assembly, said: “We continue the change.” He also said, “just like the previous times, we have an objective for the first place”.
Sociological surveys and political strategies are delaying the conclusion of whether the alliance with democratic Bulgaria will take place or not before the elections.
Minchev made it clear that they were eager to work together with Democratic Bulgaria; it didn’t matter if they had to do it before the vote or after the electoral election.
On the other hand, Democratic Bulgaria is confident about the coalition.
Former Justice Minister Nadezhda Yordanova encouraged that ” Bulgaria desperately needs a grand unification, the ally from the WCC expected to make the first move to secure a stable administration for our nation’.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) is also offered solutions for the ongoing crises in the country if they are eligible to participate in the next regular government. The (BSP) also proposes to inflict a suspension on the price of electricity, gas and heating for domestic consumers. The leader of the party, Kornelia Ninova, embraces a severe business reimbursement programme to reduce expenses, a continuation of the social programme and immediate negotiations with Gazprom.
The former Prime Minister Stefan Yanev and their party “Bulgarian Rise” also announced their participation in the early parliamentary elections.
The opposition party GERB and former Prime Minister Boyko Borissov also submitted their documents to the Central Election Committee early in the week.
The deputy chairman of GERB, Tomislav Donchev, confirmed that the alliance of GEBS and SDS collected more than 37,000 signatures for the registration. He clarified that “the objective is to regain the trust of the Bulgarian people”.
Tomislav Donchev refused to say anything about the future of governing coalitions but said, ” it is essential for Bulgaria to stop using political imposture because some politicians say one thing and do another. Now they are rhetoric against Gazprom but still buying gas from Russian mediators”.