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Deputies Toma Bykov

Toma Bikov is a Bulgarian politician, born on October 10, 1980 in Burgas.

Finished acting for from GERB-SDS, Venko Sabrutev from "We continue the change

Kiril Petkov and Asen Vassilev presented their political project "We continue the change", Ivan Chenchev from "BSP for Bulgaria", Vladislav Panev from "Democratic Bulgaria" and Tsoncho Ganev from "Vazrazhdane" debated whether there is a way out of the crisis and political upheavals and will whether a government will be formed in the "Referendum" program on BNT.

The deputies commented on the case with Schengen and the refusal of the Netherlands and Austria to give the green light to our country.

"The transition to Schengen is a dynamic process. The Netherlands practically separated Bulgaria and Romania from this process. I think this is due to Bulgaria's weakened position in the European Union in recent years," said Toma Bykov

Toma Bikov is a Bulgarian politician, born on October 10, 1980 in Burgas.

Finished acting for.

Europe is not blind and sees the breached Bulgarian borders, replied Venko Sabrutev.

"Captain Andreevo sees, Rosenets sees too. In recent days it became clear that the Bulgarian border can be crossed for 50 euros. As long as our border is not our border, we will not be accepted in Schengen", noted Venko Sabrutev from "We continue the change

Kiril Petkov and Asen Vassilev presented their political project "We continue the change".

Rumen Radev revealed when and under what conditions Bulgaria can join Schengen

"The only thing you did to Captain Andreevo was to stop an orange laboratory," Bykov reproached him.

According to Tsoncho Ganev, we are currently witnessing yet another hypocrisy of Brussels.

"On the one hand, they want us to enter the Eurozone, on the other hand, they don't want to let us into Schengen. Our refusal to enter Schengen is due to decades of corruption. We from Vazrazhdane are categorically against Bulgaria's entry into Schengen," he explained.

What happened with regard to Schengen is cynical, said Ivan Chenchev.

"The Bulgarian state itself initiated two inspections by the European Commission here. They ended with a positive report. The Netherlands did not even want to look at the facts of these reports. There was also one last inspection made by the Austrian ambassador here, which was clearly not taken into account." he said.

Chenchev also stated that since Bulgaria is an external border, the European Union should send additional reinforcements.

Schengen is important not only so that we can pass through the airports to Western Europe without border control, noted Vladislav Panev.

"And so that our goods can come without hindrance, without waiting in queues at border checkpoints. It is good that we strengthen our border control and change the justice system, not for the sake of the Netherlands and Austria, but for our own personal convenience," he added he.

The government, whether official or regular, must submit an adequate budget for guarding the Bulgarian border and for other crisis measures, Ivan Chenchev said.

Budget and legislative initiatives in the parliament

"By the New Year, this parliament will have adopted more new laws than the previous government in eight months," said Toma Bykov

Toma Bikov is a Bulgarian politician, born on October 10, 1980 in Burgas.

Finished acting for.

However, in order to introduce a budget, it is necessary to know which majority is responsible for it, he pointed out.

"If this government had remained, it would have been an absolute tragedy right now," Bykov addressed his opponent from the PP.

"The lack of a new state budget is an extremely serious problem, because of it half of the Bulgarians will become poor," pointed out Venko Sabrutev.

According to him, the service cabinet is to blame for this.

Ivan Chenchev also criticized the government for cutting social benefits.

Tsoncho Ganev commented that even if the BSP's social measures are not accepted, next year we will have BGN 16 billion in new debt.

"The official finance minister from the parliamentary rostrum gave very clear and precise figures that he found a broken budget, with huge debts and lost benefits".

Venko Sabrutev opposed Ganev and urged him to see the data published by the Ministry of Finance.

In the absence of a clear parliamentary majority, all kinds of expenses are proposed without counter-revenues - this is pre-election populism, Vladislav Panev believes.

Sabrutev commented that the similarity in the positions of the president and GERB is noticeable

GERB is a center-right populist, conservative and pro-European political party in

GERB is a center-right populist, conservative and pro-European political party in. One starts to say something, the others finish it," the politician pointed out.

Toma Bykov

Toma Bikov is a Bulgarian politician, born on October 10, 1980 in Burgas.

He finished acting because he did not agree and recalled: "The raised hand created Cyril and Asen.

Don't you have the self-criticism to realize that everyone is pulling away from you.

You are left with only DB".

At the end of the conversation, Venko Sabrutev said that Bulgaria needs a sustainable, reformist government so that the country goes in the right direction.

According to the poll data presented in the show, 59% of the respondents believe that there is a greater chance of forming a government with the participation of authoritative experts.

28 out of 100 respondents believe that a new cabinet is more likely if political figures are involved.

The share of people who do not have an opinion on the issue is the smallest - 13% of those asked.

58% of Bulgarians believe that the economic crisis will deepen, while only 34% expect the situation to improve.

Toma Bykov

COAT OF ARMS

We continue the change

Venko Sabrutev