Elections are the most important test for all politicians. This was stated by the mayor of Sofia Yordanka Fandakova after journalists' review of the restoration work of the Bankya mineral bath building.
"We are currently running nominations in almost all parties, and the nominations are starting in GERB, and we will have results in September," she said.
Mayor of Sofia Yordanka Fandakova said she has not yet decided whether to run in the Local Elections in October, Focus News Agency reports. "The nominations within the party structures hasn't started yet, there is a procedure in GERB. I will make my own decision in the course of these procedures. There is no decision yet, only all sorts of claims and speculations.
Today, the first of 22 sensor stations to monitor atmospheric air was installed.
The stations will be located in different areas of Sofia. The data will be available in real time along with the data from the measuring stations of the Executive Environment Agency.
The first station is on the territory of ''Hipodruma'' Park.
The Sofia Municipal Council has adopted a three-year programme to increase the wages of public transport drivers by 10% annually, Focus News Agency reports. This has been agreed by Mayor Yordanka Fandakova, the trade unions and the directors of all Sofia public transport companies. The programme will start running in 2020.
In memorial to the 35th President of the United States, John Kennedy, a monument will put be in Sofia. The initiative was launched by US Ambassador Eric Rubin at a farewell meeting with the Center for Psychological Studies of a Farewell Event.
The place where the monument will be placed will be specified after it is accepted by the Sofia Municipal Council.
Yordanka Fandakova will propose to the Sofia City Council to adopt an agreement for lifting the salaries of the drivers in the public transport with 10% for three consecutive years, Econ.bg. The Mayor's proposal is after a meeting today with the leaders of the Confederation of Independent Trade Unions and the Confederation of Labour ''Podkrepa''.
A three-year program, which will increase the salaries of the workers by 10% annually, will be signed between the Metropolitan Municipality and the trade unions. This was announced by the mayor Yordanka Fandakova after a meeting between her, the trade unions and the directors of the four companies in the metropolitan public transport.