(DF) MRF Will Not Support a GERB or BSP Government but Will Support Cabinet by New Parties in Parliament
April 9 (BTA) - The Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) will not support a government of GERB or the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) but will back a cabinet proposal by the new parties in Parliament. Announcing the party position at a news conference here Friday after a meeting of the MRF Central Bureau, MRF leader Mustafa Karadayi said they will support a government with clear goals, put forward by the newcomers in Parliament - There Is Such a People (TISP), Democratic Bulgaria (DB) and Rise Up! Thugs Out! (RUTO) - but will not participate in it. Karadayi added that if the three fail to form a cabinet, MRF is ready for snap elections. He was adamant that MRF achieved a very good result in the elections and was the only party of the last National Assembly to increase its result. While the other two main parties, GERB and BSP, lost over 300,000 and 450,000 votes, respectively, MRF has broadened its support by more than 20,000 votes, Karadayi added. He said that an analysis of the final results announced by the Election Commission earlier on Friday shows that MRF did not lose any of the seats it had in the previous National Assembly. In his words, the elections showed that Bulgarians voted for a change. MRF started the change from within, nominating the youngest candidates on its lists and proposing a programme for the country's stepped up development, the party leader said. Commenting the imminent difficulty in forming a cabinet that any party in the new Parliament will have with this distribution of seats, Karadayi again argued in favour of a programmatic government and said a programmatic government should be tasked with handing the COVID-19 crisis, implement economic and social measures to support people and businesses, prepare and submit the National Recovery and Resilience Plan and prepare for the next programming period and its EU-funded operational programmes. Karadayi commented that for the first time in the last 30 years Bulgaria is in a situation when it can expect new elections immediately after its parliamentary elections. Early elections are within the powers of the President, he added. ''Let's see what the President's logic is if such a situation occurs and new elections are scheduled, then we will also think about it,'' Karadayi commented. ''MRF calls on all parties and coalitions of the 45th National Assembly for dialogue and responsibility,'' Karadayi said. NV/DT // 10 Април 2021, 08:00
Източник: BTA Free News
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