Sofia. Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev handed the mandate for the formation of the next Bulgarian government to the second biggest political power – Coalition for Bulgaria, FOCUS News Agency reporter informed.
Sofia. “The Council of Ministers does not see any grounds to consider that there is a need to cancel the elections we organised,” said Bulgarian interim Prime Minister Marin Raykov speaking at a press conference at the Council of Ministers, FOCUS news Agency reporter informed.
Sofia. “We are moving towards agreement. I proposed for the concrete details concerning the policies on the different sectors to be discussed tomorrow afternoon, or on the day after tomorrow. We are ready with concrete proposals with regard to the concrete actions that will be taken,” said Lyutvi Mestan, leader of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF), in the end of the meeting between the parliamentary groups of the MRF and the Coalition for Bulgaria, at which they discussed the priorities of the future cabinet of Prime Mini