People ' s Party
VIENNA - Austria fully supports the economic and political reforms in Serbia, Serbian Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said, recapping his visit to Austria on Wednesday.
Vucic told the RTS that his Austrian hosts fully support the economic reforms in Serbia, as well as the necessary political reforms.
Bulgarian MEP Mariya Gabriel, who won in May a second term in the European Parliament, has been elected Deputy Chair of the European People's Party (EPP) group.
The announcement was made in a message by the EPP Group on Wednesday, days after Gabriel became the head of GERB's delegation into the European Parliament.
Populist party "Bulgaria without Censorship" of former TV host Nikolay Barekov had the most expensive media campaign for the European Parliament elections.
According to a survey of the Institute for Public Environment Development, the "Bulgaria without Censorship" party spent around BGN 1 085 655 on media coverage.
Plamen Oresharski, the Prime Minister who heads Bulgaria's socialist-led government, said Friday he has thrown his support behind EPP nominee for Commission President.
After an unsuccessful no-confidence vote in Parliament, Oresharski told the media that he had backed the bid of conservative Jean-Claude Juncker as EU Commission President.
The leader of the main opposition Democratic Front, Miodrag Lekic, on Thursday said negotiations with the Socialist People's Party and the coalition of the Social Democratic Party and Positive Montenegro on forming an authority in the capital would start after June 10.
The PSD-UNPR-PC electoral alliance of the Social Democrat Party (PSD), National Union for Romania's Progress (UNPR) and Conservative Party (PC) has got 37.60 percent of the votes in Sunday's European Parliament elections, the National Liberal Party (PNL) 15 percent and the Democratic Liberal Party (PDL) 12.23 percent, according to partial data released by the Central Electoral Bur