Bulgarian Socialist Party

Bulgarian Socialists: We will Make Every Effort for the Country to have a Regular Cabinet

The last consultations with the President for today began at 2 p.m. - with representatives of BSP for Bulgaria.

"The Bulgarian Socialist Party, the Bulgarian left, has always stood against lawlessness, dictatorship, in the interests of the vast majority of the people, not small empowered groups," President Radev said at the beginning of the meeting.

Bulgarian Socialists Leader: The Biggest Problem, according to BSP, is the Rising Prices

According to the Bulgarian Socialist Party, the biggest problem now is rising prices. We must show common sense and not allow a fourth crisis in the country - a political one.

This was stated by Kornelia Ninova in her address to the deputies at the first sitting of the 47th National Assembly.

Before the Ministerial Talks, Bulgarian Socialists’ Leader wants a Coalition Agreement

At a meeting with the Socialists of Positano 20, BSP leader Kornelia Ninova announced that there must first be a written coalition agreement with clear and specific policies, and only then determine the structure and staff of the Council of Ministers, the party's press office said.

Bulgarian Poll-Winning Party Livestreams Govt Coalition Talks

Kiril Petkov, co-leader of the We Continue the Change party, votes at a polling station during the general elections in Sofia on November 14. Photo: EPA-EFE/VASSIL DONEV

The sessions are being livestreamed on We Continue the Change's Facebook and YouTube accounts and are expected to continue until Saturday.

Elections: With 80% Protocols Former Bulgarian Rapper beats Former Prime Minister Borissov in Sofia

The party of former caretaker ministers Kiril Petkov and Asen Vassilev "We Continue to Change" continues to lead in the results of the early parliamentary elections, which took place yesterday. This is shown by the CEC data with 75.69% of the protocols processed.

Bulgaria Faces New Political Crisis,Early Elecrion Looming Large Again

Bulgaria will hold its third parliamentary election in just one year as parliament will be dismissed in mid-September and the president must schedule early elections in late October or early November.

At the same time, the country will also hold presidential elections, in which current President Rumen Radev is set to be the absolute favourite.

BSP Will Return Mandate to Form Government in September

The Bulgarian Socialist Party will delay the return of the mandate to form a government at least until September 10th. This became clear after a briefing by the Socialists on Sunday.

The left argues for the need to adopt a budget update, which requires a functioning parliament. However, it must be dissolved if the National Assembly fails to form a government on its third attempt.