Elections 2017: Tsvetan Tsvetanov, GERB: If necessary, the polling stations outside the consulates and the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria in Turkey must be closed18 March 2017 | 14:34 | FOCUS News Agency
According to him, the political forces from the “Transition years” are personally to blame for today’s situation.
“Because had they stood to work actively, purely politically, in the Rhodope Mountains, we wouldn’t discuss the problem of DPS and DOST today, we would have been discussing, instead, parties that offer a real alternative to all voters, who live in these regions” is what he underlined. He said that the Foreign Ministry and the intelligence services are those who have to give the legal answer.
“The government is appointed by President Radev and should assume the leading role. In this moment, we need to hear about the concrete measures, that are being undertaken by the government and by the sole person to appoint it –President Radev, who has to carry the direct responsibility for the election process in Turkey, as well as in every point of the country and outside its borders”, Tsvetanov commented.
In his words, we don’t have a working Parliament to implement the necessary parliamentary control upon the executive.
“Therefore I can say that responsibility must be sought from the President and the Prime minister”, Tsvetanov added.
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