Political Consultations with parties represented in the new National Assembly with the President Rumen Radev continued throughout the day.
Before opening the first meeting Radev addressed the parties, saying:
"I call on you and all parliamentary groups to bear responsibility - without shaking it off, but without going beyond your commission."
Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov - whose government's resignation was confirmed in a vote by parliament on Friday after his GERB party lost the elections on 4 April - is refusing to present the country's recovery plan before lawmakers in parliament although he has been called to appear before them on Wednesday.
Resigned PM Boyko Borisov has appeared for the first time in months in front of the media. He avoided the journalists for a long time and even after the work of the 45th National Assembly began.
His press conference was presented to the media quickly - with a message at 8.33 to be held at 9.30 in the Sunday morning.
GERB party will put forward a government despite the small chances that it will be supported, announced at a briefing at the party's headquarters, Deputy Prime Minister Tomislav Donchev shortly before 1 p.m. today.
He warned that attempts to bypass GERB in parliament would be a gross political mistake.