According to a statement by the Bulgarian presidency, the “Continue to Change” party will restore its mandate to form a second government on Monday, January 9.
President Rumen Radev will receive academician Nikolai Denkov, who was nominated by the People’s Party, the second largest group in the 48th session of the People’s Assembly, at the Presidency.
On January 3, the President gave the second mandate to Academician Denkov to form a government in the course of the 48th session of the People’s Assembly.
In his press release today, Radev stated that he wants to fully exploit the opportunities offered by the second power in line with the procedures specified in the constitution.
“I don’t want to talk about the third term without using all the options related to the second term,” said the president.
The draft declaration on defining priority national goals and objectives of the forty-eighth session of the People’s Assembly of the Republic of Bulgaria and the necessary measures to achieve them, proposed by the People’s Party was rejected in the vote held at the General Assembly of the Assembly. without discussion.
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