Bulgarian main opposition Socialists will decide at a party referendum with which political parties to join forces for the forthcoming presidential elections, the party's new leader, Korneliya Ninova, has said.
"I think that we should seek a broad alliance on the left," Ninova told Nova TV on Monday.
Ninova added that she didn't see Ivaylo Kalfin as a viable nomination.
Korneliya Ninova, a lawmaker from the biggest oppostion party, the BSP, has said she is entering the leadership race at the party.
She has confirmed, in an interview with private bTV broadcaster, her participation in the process of electing a new leader for the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) due on May 7-8 in Sofia as socialist are t o have a special congress.