Bulgarian President Rumen Radev will dissolve the 45th convocation of parliament next week, if the government is not yet formed.
“We are moving towards the dissolution of parliament and the appointment of early elections. But if after this vote we reach the same stalemate and the government is not formed, Bulgaria may fall not only into a political, but also into an institutional crisis”, – said Radev.
Earlier it became known that Boyko Borisov, who held the post of prime minister for a long time, does not intend to apply for the post again. At the same time, his party, after almost ten years in power in the April 4 elections, received only 26% of the vote, which does not give her the opportunity to single-handedly form a government.
Early elections are likely to take place on July 11th.State Border Service of Ukraine told in which case they will use weapons against Russia