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Builgarians Head to Polls Third Time This Year Pin Hopes on New Political Force

Bulgaria will head to its third national election this year, after the Socialists became the third political party to refuse to lead a government following July's inconclusive parliamentary election. According to analysts, the game-changer this time could be a new political force.

Leader of TISP Slavi Trifonov Will Give His First tv Interview for National Media

The leader of "There is such a people" Slavi Trifonov will give his first TV interview during the political turmoil this year. He will answer the questions of Boyko Vassilev on BNT.

The interview will be broadcasted exclusively in the program of BNT1 on Friday, August 27, immediately after the central evening news.

TISP Leader Trifonov: TISP Will Not Support Vote for Government in This Parliament

The leader of There is Such a People (TISP), Slavi Trifonov, Saturday reiterated on Bulgarian National Radio that his party will not support a government on the third cabinet-forming mandate, which under the Constitution President Rumen Radev has to hand either to the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), the Movement for Rights and Freedoms, Democratic Bulgaria or Rise Up BG! Here We Come!

ITN Prime Minister Plamen Nikolov Withdraws his Candidacy

When the line of conscience is crossed, it is better to wish to go through the purifying fire of elections, the candidate for Prime Minister of "There is Such a People", Plamen Nikolov, wrote on Facebook. Today, August 10, it became clear that "There is Such a People" party will not submit its draft government for voting in Parliament, which has provoked reactions in other political forces.

Bulgaria Edges towards Third Early Elections

Political Analysts: Bulgaria Edges towards Third Early General Vote

The scenario for early parliamentary elections is becoming increasingly feasible because of the hardening tone in the talks between "There is Such a People" and "Democratic Bulgaria". The prognosis is made by the political scientists Assoc. Prof. Antony Galabov and Assoc. Prof. Petar Cholakov.

Bulgaria’s Winning Party Makes Sudden U-Turn on Coalition Talks

A deputy enters the new parliament's first session in Sofia on July 21, 2021. Photo: EPA-EFE/VASSIL DONEV

"We're doing this round of discussions because the citizens want stability," Philip Stanev, an MP for There's Such a Nation, told the media on his way to the National Assembly on Thursday.

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