"In this parliament, 'We continue the change' will resume its work from where it was stopped, as a constructive, predictable opposition," WCC co-chairman Kiril Petkov said from the parliamentary rostrum.
According to him, "the party will be guided by two principles in order to fulfill our pre-election promises".
The co-chairman of "We Continue the Change" Asen Vassilev rejected the offer of GERB's leader Boyko Borissov for the formation of a Euro-Atlantic government with clear priorities.
"We remain a constructive opposition to GERB. We will not join a coalition of theft," he announced at a press conference in BTA.
The leader of GERB and ex-Prime Minister, Boyko Borissov, accused former PM Kiril Petkov and former deputy PM Asen Vassilev of deliberate actions and sabotaging the supplies of American liquefied gas in Bulgaria.
According to Borissov, Petkov's office did not sign the contract and did not reserve a delivery point for unloading the tankers.
Ombudsman Diana Kovacheva said on Thursday that she is concerned by the information she has received from struggling households and called on Bulgaria's interim government to focus on swift action to financially support domestic customers of natural gas and companies using gas to heat residential buildings.