We Continue the Change
Bulgarian political party "We Continue the Change" intends to become a full member of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE). This became clear from the words of Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov, who, together with Finance Minister and co-chairman of WCC Asen Vassilev, participated in the forum of European liberals before the summit in Brussels.
Bulgarians approve of the formation of a regular government, but not the principle of a rotating prime minister, according to a nationally representative survey by the sociological agency "Exacta", conducted in the period 12 - 20 June. According to it, 61% of the respondents welcome the formation of a regular cabinet.
Workers at the construction site of the interconnected IGB gas transmission pipeline, starting at Komotini, Greece and ending at Stara Zagora, Bulgaria, March 2022. Photo: EPA-EFE/DIMITRIS TOSIDIS.
Issues have arisen over the certification of the project, which prompted interim Energy Minister Rosen Hristov, who is yet to publicly comment on the matter, to block the process.
"I read an interesting comment by a political scientist. He said this - 'President Radev has a complex towards the people who created him'. There is probably something like that - a male complex towards the woman who made him president."
This was commented on bTV by the chairman of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), Kornelia Ninova.