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
Sofia. “I promised our voters that the Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (CEDB) will not enter into unscrupulous coalitions. The only chance for the CEDB was a coalition with Ataka, as we were explicit that we will never enter into a coalition with the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) and the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF). However, we cannot cooperate with a party that calls the ambassadors of our European partners “fat-neck fellows” when we hope to receive EUR 25 billion for the next programme period,” CEDB le
Reykjavik. Iceland's new Prime Minister Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson was to take office on Thursday, heading up a coalition government composed entirely of newcomers who have never served in a cabinet, AFP reported.