We are working together with "Democratic Bulgaria" (DB) quite actively in order to bring about unification, not only with them, but also with all other civil organizations with which we share a common vision for Bulgaria and how to make Bulgaria a modern European country, in which everyone wants to live.

The purpose of this is not that GERB is not the first political force.

The goal is finally for Bulgaria to move forward in the right way.

From here on, everything depends on the Bulgarian voters.

We envision the unification with a pre-signed agreement.

This was revealed on the sidelines of the parliament by the co-chairman of "We continue the change

Kiril Petkov and Asen Vassilev presented their political project "We continue the change" (PP) Asen Vassilev

Asen Vassilev was the Minister of Economy, Energy and Tourism from March 12 to May 29, 2013. With a decree of which he commented on the possible appearance together with DB in the upcoming early elections on April 2, reported a Novini.bg reporter. 

Hristo Ivanov on the negotiations with the PP: We are looking for an optimal option for pre-election and post-election configurations

"Little by little, Bulgarian society is maturing for a new way of doing politics, and therefore where we want to go. It was seen that there are two alternative visions of what Bulgaria should look like. One vision is that everything that has happened so far, is more or less good and this is what we can do. The other vision is that we can do much more and Bulgaria can occupy a much more worthy place in the EU, setting the tone for what is happening. I cannot say what the colleagues from GERB, DPS or BSP, but what we saw is that there was talk of a technical cabinet and unification around some vision that is different from the vision we have for Bulgaria together with DB. There is a campaign ahead, the Bulgarian people are about to make a choice what kind of Bulgaria does he want to live in. Only then will we talk about coalitions and everything else," he added.  

BSP: Together with "Vazrazhdane" we refer to the Supreme Court for the decision to build the 7th unit at the Kozloduy NPP

"We have to see what the BSP's motives are. I think it is extremely wrong to choose a specific manufacturer and a specific type of reactor. In my opinion, a different approach should have been taken," answered Asen Vasilev

Asen Vassilev was the Minister of Economy, Energy and Tourism from March 12 to May 29, 2013. By decree of the question whether the PP will support the appeal of the BSP to the Constitutional Court in connection with the decision of the National Assembly to build the 7th unit of the NPP "Kozloduy". 

Asen Vassilev

We continue the change

Kozloduy NPP

early elections