PM Denkov to GERB-UDF: Let's Vote Through Gabriel Cabinet without Reshuffle

PM Denkov to GERB-UDF: Let's Vote Through Gabriel Cabinet without Reshuffle


Outgoing Bulgarian Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov on Sunday called on the GERB-UDF leadership to keep their word, sign the agreement on governance, and vote into office a cabinet with Mariya Gabriel as prime minister and foreign minister without any changes in the complement of the Council of Ministers, instead of "throwing the country into chaos". CE Report quotes BTA

Denkov's televised statement comes in the wake of an announcement, made earlier in the day by Gabriel, that she will withdraw her candidacy for the prime ministership from Parliament as the negotiations on further joint governance between GERB-UDF and Continue the Change-Democratic Bulgaria have failed to produce a result.

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