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Breaking News: Bulgaria's PM Borissov Calls for Convening Grand National Assembly and Changes to the Constitution, Plans to Resign Afterwards

GERB proposes a new structure of the judiciary and a reduction in the number of deputies

Prime Minister Boyko Borissov proposes convening a Grand National Assembly and amending the Constitution. This is stated in his official statement.

Here is the full wording of the statement:

I appeal to all Bulgarian citizens.

Former Vice-Chairman of GERB Tsvetanov Founding "Republicans for Bulgaria" on August 27th

The party will be in the centre-right, sees Democratic Bulgaria as a partner

On August 27th, the former second most important person in GERB Tsvetan Tsvetanov is establishing his political project "Republicans for Bulgaria" and is going to take part with it in the next elections.

Extraordinary Sitting of the Bulgarian Parliament Will be Held on Tuesday

The Speaker of the National Assembly Tsveta Karayancheva convenes an extraordinary sitting of the Parliament on Thursday, August 13, at 9:00 AM. The sitting will be held in the plenary hall in the building of the National Assembly on Narodno Sabranie Square №2.

Bulgaria's PM Boyko Borissov: We are Preparing "Ventilation" of GERB

Prime Minister Boyko Borissov has said he is preparing a renewal in the ranks of GERB. During a meeting with young economists from the Center for Right Politics and Journalists, the GERB leader said he was preparing to "ventilate" the party. He said that GERB will have an updated list for next year's parliamentary elections.

Diana Kovacheva Elected as Bulgaria’s National Ombudsman

Bulgaria's Parliament on May 20 elected Diana Kovacheva as national ombudsman with 173 votes in favour, none against and three abstentions.

She was the only candidate for the post and has been in office since September, after former national ombudsperson Maya Manolova resigned in order to run in the local government elections.

Bulgaria's MPs & Government Forgo Salaries during Coronavirus State of Emergency

Bulgaria's MPs on April 6 voted to forgo their salaries as of April 1 for the duration of the coronavirus state of emergency. The proposal came this evening from the ruling GERB party and received unanimous support from 170 MPs and all parliamentary groups, BNT reported.

PM Borissov: Bulgaria has Consistently Supported NATO European and Euro-Atlantic Prospects

NATO is the most successful political and military alliance in history, existing for over 70 years. It guarantees the security of its countries and people by constantly adapting to the new security challenges, Prime Minister and GERB Chair Boyko Borissov said in Munich at the Transatlantic Forum, organised by the Christian Social Union, the GERB's press office said.

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