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Tsvetan Tsvetanov, GERB: There is no deal with Volya but ideas under discussion

Tsvetan Tsvetanov, GERB: There is no deal with Volya but ideas under discussion

20 March 2019 | 15:00 | FOCUS News Agency
Sofia. There is no deal with Volya but ideas under discussion and real policies that are being implemented, GERB’s leader in Parliament Tsvetan Tsvetanov told a briefing after a meeting with Volya’s parliamentary group, Focus News Agency reports. Thus he rejected allegations by BSP that GERB was negotiating a deal with Volya. Among the discussed topics was the development of Northwest Bulgaria and minimum pension, Tsvetanov said. “Mr. Mareshki said that, as set out in their programme, the pension should reach BGN 240 by the end of 2021. We are talking about the real capacity of the state, not about populism and populist messages,” he said.
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Dragomir Stoynev, BSP: Without GERB-Volya deal Borissov cabinet will fall, we want the details

Dragomir Stoynev, BSP: Without GERB-Volya deal Borissov cabinet will fall, we want the details

19 March 2019 | 14:45 | FOCUS News Agency
Sofia. BSP wants to know the details of what it says could be a deal between ruling party GERB and Volya, the opposition party’s deputy speaker in Parliament said to reporters, quoted by Focus News Agency. “Maybe tomorrow in the temple of Bulgarian democracy – the Bulgarian Parliament, the highest institution in a parliamentary republic – there will be a deal between Mr. Tsvetanov and Mr. Mareshki,” Dragomir Stoynev said during a party press conference. “We want to know what the subject of this deal is. We want to know what the price of GERB cabinet’s survival will be. Without this deal, the cabinet will fall. The Bulgarian people must know the parameters of this deal,” he said. The talks will probably be held tomorrow at 9 am because Volya MPs should register for the Parliament’s plenary sitting, he added.
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Iskren Veselinov, VMRO: Volya’s conduct is cheap buffoonery

Iskren Veselinov, VMRO: Volya’s conduct is cheap buffoonery

15 March 2019 | 12:28 | FOCUS News Agency
Sofia. Volya party’s conduct is cheap buffoonery, VMRO deputy leader Iskren Veselinov said to reporters about Volya’s decision to withdraw from Parliament, later reversed, Focus News Agency reports. “A politician must be serious, have serious theses and adhere to them. We see no theses from them, we only see cheap tricks,” he said. Regarding Volya’s registering for today’s sitting, Veselinov said that MPs were supposed to go to work. In his words, GERB and United Patriots can secure quorum in Parliament with full mobilisation. “The question is not why Volya comes to work, but why the other parliamentary groups do not come and do not register,” he said.
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Volya MPs leave parliament

Volya MPs leave parliament

14 March 2019 | 10:38 | FOCUS News Agency
Sofia. Volya party’s parliamentary group will no longer attend Parliament, its leader Veselin Mareshki said at a briefing, Focus News Agency reports. “Today at a meeting of the party leadership and the parliamentary group we decided to leave Parliament,” Mareshki said. He did not explain the reasons, saying that talks were still under way.
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