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New Bulgarian cabinet proposal ready on Monday

Parliament

Bulgarian Socialist Party’s PM nominee Plamen Oresharski has stated he will be ready with a full cabinet proposal on Monday, but will probably not reveal it before Tuesday. “I advise you to wait for the full composition of the cabinet. I will be ready with it on Monday,” said the former Bulgarian finance minister in an interview for TV7. New names of candidate-ministers are circulating in Bulgarian media Saturday as the Socialist Party (BSP), is holding negotiations with the ethnic Turkish party Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS), for the forming of the new cabinet. Bulgaria’s President Rosen Plevneliev asked the Socialists to form a coalition cabinet after ex-premier Boyko Borissov’s GERB, rejected the offer as he lacks sufficient parliamentary support. With allies from the ethnic Turkish party, the Socialists are one seat short of a majority but analysts say the proposal is likely to win parliamentary backing with support from or abstentions by individual MPs from GERB and the nationalist Attack.

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