Rumen Radev

President Radev announced who will be the Next Caretaker Prime Minister of Bulgaria

"There is no Radev model, there is a Constitution. It is written there, when the parties cannot form a government, the president forms one. Yes, the next caretaker prime minister will be the old caretaker prime minister. The caretaker government is a counterpoint to feudalization and stagnation. People will look for the team management model.

The State Sent a Plane to transport the Bulgarian Beaten in North Macedonia for treatment in Bulgaria

The government plane "Falcon" with a team from the Military Academy on board will transport Hristiyan Pendikov, who was attacked in Ohrid, to Bulgaria, announced the press service of the Council of Ministers.

Bulgaria’s President: The Nexo Scandal did not influence my Decision when choosing a Party for the Third Mandate

President Rumen Radev commented that BSP will do everything possible to fulfill the third mandate. The head of state said he was not guided by the Nexo scandal in choosing which party to give the last chance to form a cabinet because he had already made up his mind.

"We Continue the Change": There can be No Direct Agreement with GERB, only on Specific Policies

"We Continue the Change" can reach an agreement with GERB on certain policies, but there can be no question of an agreement between the two formations. This became clear from the statement of Acad. Nikolay Denkov, after returning the folder with the unfulfilled second mandate to President Rumen Radev.

"We Continue the Change" will Return the Second Mandate to Form a Government Unfulfilled

On Monday, "We Continue the Change" will return the unfulfilled second mandate to President Rumen Radev.

On January 9 at 10:00 a.m., the president will receive the candidate for prime minister of WCC Nikolay Denkov, announced the press center at "Dondukov" 2.

Denkov after Receiving the Second Mandate to form a Government: The Foundation has been Laid

"The conversation was extremely informative, the foundation was laid with this draft solution. It poses the questions of what we should focus on as national goals that can unite us and as tasks that we must complete together, seeking a majority in the National Assembly. This is the most difficult part of the task, because at the moment we have 109 MPs.