Bulgaria: Chances to Form Viable Government Are Not So Small – President’s Advisor

Domestic | April 21, 2021, Wednesday // 11:36|  views

The personality profile of the future prime minister depends on the profile of the government, but in any case this person should be an antipode of Borissov. The new Prime Minister must be an intelligent, educated man who can watch his language and work to the public benefit. To be anti-Borisov, not in the sense of chasing Borisov away, but to work and behave in a different way. This opinion was voiced in the studio of Nova TV by Chairman of the Strategic Council of the Head of State Prof. Alexander Marinov.

At this stage, it is difficult to say what the chances are of forming a government, but this is the better option, according to the presidency, as the country needs a working cabinet. The possibilities are not many, Marinov pointed out. According to him, the best option is to form a government primed to change the status quo, although this is a difficult task.

However, to form a government just to prolong the life of parliament is an untenable motive. In any case, the president’s administration maintains that an unprincipled coalition will not be a good solution, and that new elections, if necessary, are in agreement with the normal democratic process.

The second mandate will obviously be decisive, and in this sense it is time for There Is Such a People to break silence. In any case, they will have to speak up when the mandate is handed to them. This tactic is temporary, Marinov commented. However, the president's adviser believes that the chances of forming a functioning government on a principled basis are not small.

We remind you that on April 19, President Rumen Radev held consultations with the parties represented in parliament to form a government. And on April 20, President Rumen Radev serviced the mandate to Daniel Mitov of GERB.



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