Despite all the compromises it has made, the parliamentary group of GERB-UDF The Union of Democratic Forces (UDF) is a Bulgarian right-wing political party, the successor will support this cabinet in the name of stability and development of the state. ... We made too many compromises. I don't remember in history anyone giving up their mandate to give a chance to the next one, just to have a regularly elected government. Desislava Atanasovawas born on October 8, 1978 in Dulovo. He is a lawyer by profession. TheUnion of Democratic Forces (UDF) is a Bulgarian right-wing political party, successor of. She recalled that their participation in this government with the second term is only with the candidate for rotating Prime Minister Mariya Gabriel.
In her words, the level of political conversation heard from the recordings of a meeting of the National Council of the PP presented by Radostin Vassilev urgently needs to be changed:
"In this sense is the Declaration of Friday (June 2nd) of Prime Ministers Denkov and Gabriel regarding the administration and its work. They should be the guarantors that the administration will not be fired, there will be no political purges and everything that in this conversation has become publicly known."
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Atanassova stressed that GERBis a center-right populist, conservative and pro-European political party with no plans to end the common government with PP-DB after the local elections.
"Trust between us is just beginning to build. TheUnion of Democratic Forces (UDF) is a Bulgarian right-wing political party, successor of the party to behave much more correctly, because when we have criticism, we say it clearly, state our position and defend it. We don't participate in backroom deals. ... If anyone should expect trust between us, it would be us."
In the show "Sunday 150" Desislava Atanasova commented and asked by the Prosecutor General immunity of the leader of GERB GERB is a center-right populist, conservative and pro-European political party in Boyko Borisov, stressing that the vote on this topic was not part ofthe cabinet negotiations:
"Mr. Borisov has not had immunity for the last 12 years. The reasoning that it can currently be pressed is ridiculous. ... I associate the announcement of a request for the removal of parliamentary immunity with the fact that judicial reform is underway and cannot be stopped."
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