The parties are awaiting a presidential decree that will pave the way for a parliamentary vote on the proposed government.
Bulgaria has two largest parliamentary parties COAT OF ARMS And We are constantly changing – Democratic Bulgaria the composition of the coalition government was agreed upon. It was reported by The Sofia Globe.
In a ceremony on Monday, June 5, Prime Minister candidate Nikolai Denkov presented the proposed structure and composition of the government to President Rumen Radev.
It is assumed that Denkov will serve as prime minister for the first nine months, after which he will be replaced in this post for nine months by the European Commissioner for Innovation, Maria Gabriel.
Together, both parties have 132 of the 240 representatives, enough to vote for a new government, provided that all representatives from both parties vote yes.
According to Denkov, the parties are waiting for a presidential decree that will pave the way for a parliamentary vote on the proposed government.
It was earlier reported that an explosion occurred near the motorcade of the Prosecutor General of Bulgaria.
Note that the Bulgarian government is ignoring EU sanctions against Russia.
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