Yuriy Aslanov, sociologist: The personalities and the election platforms will not be leading the elections, the motives for change will17 February 2017 | 14:28 | FOCUS News Agency
According to him, neither Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (CEDB), nor Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) would get ahead of the other enough to allow them to form a majority by themselves. “By the moments, the strengths of the two main leading political powers are equal, which does not mean that it will remain so by the end of the election campaign. Neither of them, however, would get ahead of the other enough as to allow them to form a majority by themselves, and from here on questions arise that have no answer, and the answers will come after the elections end, when the parliament forms. Whether a stable majority will be formed, or we will once again observe the typical as of the past few years instability from some coalitions formed by compromising; that remains to be seen at a later stage,” the sociologist explained. Yuriy Alsanov added that there was unlikely to be any big surprises with coalitions in the new parliament. “It is important to see whether there will once again be lack of principles and coalitions in the name of power, or they will be formed based on ideas, regardless of whether left or right,” Alsanov also commented.
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