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"Bulgaria needs a regular government, so personal emotions don't matter. In time, we have conspired with the other parliamentary parties such things that most likely the emotions have not subsided."

This was stated in the studio of "Hello, Bulgaria" Deputy Chairman of GERB GERBis a center-right populist, conservative and pro-European political party in and MP from the GERB parliamentary group of GERB-UDF The Union of Democratic Forces (UDF) is a Bulgarian right-wing political party, successor of Daniel Mitov

"But we are aware that people have sent us to parliament, not to act emotionally, but to set goals for the state and society and solve problems. And they can only be solved with a working cabinet," he added.

He stressed that yesterday "put a final end to the revolution that began two years ago."

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"The aim of every revolution is to convince men that they are the victims of some external circumstances. Take away from them the responsibility of what is happening. Two years ago, we fought a ten-headed hydra called corruption, whose heads we had to cut off to make everything okay. Obviously, this turned out to be false. That someone ever imagined that life was so simple. I understood the revolution. She's done. We have been saying for a long time that there should be both judicial and constitutional reform. We also said two years ago that we were ready to talk about it. It didn't take us two years of wasted time and five choices to get back to the same thing," Mitov said.

Thebusinessman and MP for 4 mandates from the civil quota of the MRF Delyan Peevski was born in Sofia and Mustafa Karadayi Mustafa Karadayi– a Bulgarian politician from DPSMustafa Kadarya was born on 08.05.1970. in the village of Borino, for the cabinet.

"In order for a constitutional reform to happen, the votes of the MRF are also needed. The Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) is a centrist political party in Bulgaria, benefiting from. It is a legitimate Bulgarian political party, elected by Bulgarian citizens to be present in parliament with the appropriate weight. There's no escaping that. Even "Yes, Bulgaria" and Hristo IvanovHe was born on September 13, 1974 in Sofia. Hristo Ivanov has a Master's degree in Law from Sofia and recognizes the legitimacy and existence of this factor. In order to achieve constitutional and judicial reform, serious, mature and emotionless conversations will have to be held, which include the MRF."

During the negotiations we have received guarantees that what we heard from Radostin Vasilev Radostin Vasilevgraduated "Law" at Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski". Clement, the PP Council's discussions on poll purges that power would not be exercised in this way. We have received such guarantees, of course, we must watch the process closely. The state administration should work according to the law, not to make purges and not to fire people indiscriminately, Mitov commented.

Borissov said during the election campaign that the most stable and logical would be a government with the PP-DB coalition.

Asked whether they will change service chiefs, Mitov said: "In a conversation with parliament and parties, decisions will be made whether or not to change heads of services." There was resistance to the election of a regular cabinet, yesterday we listened to the funeral speech and the elegy of the president on his lost personal power, and it is clear that this resistance has been overcome to a large extent, from now on it is in the hands of the regular cabinet to do the right things, hopefully it will go the right way."

Delyan Peevski

Hristo Ivanov

Daniel Mitov

Mustafa Karadayi

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