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Caretaker PM Yanev: I Could Agree to Become Elected PM but Not at All Costs

"I could be prime minister in a regular cabinet, but not at any cost," Prime Minister Stefan Yanev told BTV.

He clarified that so far no such talks have been held with him.

"If such an invitation arrives, it must be based on priorities, visions, a program and a coalition that will nominate a government," Yanev added.

Caretaker PM Yanev: Bulgaria Needs Substantive Judicial Reform

The Bulgarians want to see a substantive judicial reform, not just something to report abroad, said the caretaker Prime Minister.

The public's sense of justice, which is upheld by the judiciary, must be restored.

"This involves a much broader range of issues," including the new parliament, he said.

ITN Withdraws the nomination of Nikolay Vassilev for Prime Minister and will Propose a New One Tomorrow

Slavi revised his decision to nominate Nikolay Vassilev as Prime Minister of Bulgaria. The ITN leader has clearly not withstood pressure from the media and political opponents. He defended Vassilev, but made it clear that for him more important than who is at the head of the state is to "scratch" the GERB model.

Ana Brnabic: "Diverse signals coming from Pristina in just two days" VIDEO

She was welcomed in front of the Austrian government building by Chancellor Sebastian Kurz.
The Austrian office published photos from the summit of the Western Balkans, which is being held in Vienna under the auspices of Chancellor Sebastian Kurz.
The published photos show Kosovo Prime Minister Kurti and Serbian Prime Minister Brnabic.

Additional Act to Government Agreement: Coalition works on solidarity, collegiality principles

The Coalition operates on the principle of solidarity and collegiality, and the Prime Minister will revoke a minister after prior notification of the formation that proposed the minister, on the basis of arguments and after a debate in the coalition, is specified in the Additional Act to the Government Agreement concluded on Tuesday by the leaders of the PNL (National Liberal Party), USR PLUS (