I don’t see any problem at all. This was commented by DPS deputy Delyan Peevski to the media in the parliament after GERB leader Boyko Borisov expressed dissatisfaction with PP-DB’s request that they would not support his mayors in the run-off and in response to a question whether the local vote could affect the management.
“Local elections and central government have nothing in common,” he added.
Peevski said that DPS will not be a balancer between the relations between GERB-SDS and PP-DB. “For everything important for the state and for its political path – we will be this balancer”, the MP from DPS was categorical.
The schedule of constitutional changes
“On October 6, we will pass the first reading, but it is not exactly considered the first reading, because three quarters, if it is not met, it is postponed for two months. The real first reading will be on December 6, then on December 13 there will be committee on constitutional issues, on the 14th there will be a second reading, and on December 15 there will be a third reading of the Constitution,” explained Peevski.
He does not see an option to gather 180 votes to pass the changes on the fast track. Peevski said that he is convinced of the 160 votes, because no one will allow himself to stop Bulgaria’s political path. MORE: The governing (non)coalition guarantees a “fast track” for changes to the Constitution
The Russian Church
“Each church is important to us. There cannot be closed churches. I thank the Patriarch. The issue was resolved,” commented Peevski. MORE: Patriarch Neophyte appointed priests to take over services in the Russian Church
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