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Boiko Borisov announced himself winner at the elections in front of Reuters

Submitted on Monday, 16 March 2009No Comment
Boiko Borisov announced himself winner at the elections in front of Reuters

The Reuters agency revealed that the Bulgarian political leader from the opposition Boiko Borisov announced that his party GERB will win the parliamentary elections this year with a significant advantage over the competition and will change the status of Bulgaria as the poorest and most corrupted country in the EU.

“We will have enough votes to form our own government. I deny any possibility for coalition”, says the mayor of Sofia Boiko Borisov in an interview for the agency.

He usually avoids questions about his desire to take the position of prime minister, but now he says that he will take this position if the nation demands it.

“The people want justice. I show no compromise to corrupted officials. This is the difference between me and the socialist prime minister Sergey Stanishev”, says Borisov.

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