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Will GERB-UDF and PP-DB be able to govern together and what are the expectations of the draft cabinet "Denkov-Gabriel"? Answers to these questions in the studio of "Hello, Bulgaria" financier Levon Hampartzoumian, political scientist and former Minister of Energy Miroslav Sevlievski.
"We have a lemon coalition. Everyone who participates in it has lemon in their mouths. That's how they'll spend their entire term. Which is good for the people. Whether it is bitter in the mouth of politicians – it does not matter to the people. The result is important for the people. For some it will be very bitter, for others it will be less bitter, for others it may be sweet. This is what Miroslav Sevlievski said on Nova TV about the coalition between GERBGERB is a center-right populist, conservative and pro-European political party in and PP-DB.
Ass. SvetoslavMalinov is a Bulgarian politician from Democrats for Strong Bulgaria (DSB), a political scientist and candidate explained that when certain political actions are dictated by a dire need, we should not reprimand them.
"The biggest first obstacle may be how this coalition will be preserved after the local elections, where GERB GERBis a center-right populist, conservative and pro-European political party in will lose many positions. We should be pleased that politicians have given a way out of the crisis," he said.
"I adhere to the maxim that when certain political actions are dictated by a grave and iron necessity, they should neither be condemned nor praised. It was just done what was necessary. I would rather say bravo for the formula that is original. And it would be good if Bulgarian democracy included it in its precedents. This is quite possible. From now on, I am more interested in how it will function, what compromises will be made when adopting the budget and how exactly this coalition will be preserved after the local elections, where GERB GERBis a center-right populist, conservative and pro-European political party and will certainly lose ground, "he added.
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I see very strong resentful votes from one party or another, but these are reasonable doubts", added Assoc. Daniels.
Banker Levon Hampartzoumian said for his part that it does not matter what we call this coalition.
"This is an opportunity to end the caretaker government and do a lot of things. How sustainable it will be does not matter because in a few years neither PP nor GERB GERBis a center-right populist, conservative and pro-European political party in existence. We have to move forward. These are not over-tasks that the government has to do," the banker explained.
"We're not in a situation where we have to dramatize. We need to give 100 days to this government, to see how it will work, "said Assoc. Daniels.
According to him, things will calm down.
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