Sofia. “Prime Minister candidate Plamen Oresharski promised to be ready with the line-up of the new cabinet by Monday,” said Yordan Tsonev, MP with the Movement for Rights and Freedoms, in an interview with the Bulgarian National Radio.
Sofia. Chairperson of the Bulgarian National Assembly, Mihail Mikov, is ready to call an extraordinary sitting of the Bulgarian parliament on Tuesday to vote on the establishment of the new Bulgarian government with Prime Minister in the person of Plamen Oresharski.
Rome. Italians began voting in local elections on Sunday that will test political parties three months from a general election that left no clear winner and a month after the start of a fragile coalition cabinet, AFP reported.