Government of Bulgaria

Bulgarian Socialist Party to Return Cabinet-Forming Mandate on 5 May


The Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) will return the exploratory mandate to form a government on May 5.
The information was released by head of BSP-Sofia Kaloyan Pargov, emerging from a sitting of the BSP National Council on

"We made the decision to return the mandate, given the current situation and circumstances," Pargov said.

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