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DPS – 100% in the parliament

Submitted on Monday, 23 March 2009No Comment
DPS – 100% in the parliament

“If there is one political party in the country, that doesn’t need a coalition to get in the parliament, it’s DPS”,
said Yordan Tsonev, vice-chairman of the PG of DPS.

“Does anyone really think that DPS needs a coalition for the elections? There may be discussions on politics between us and our liberal partners, but who says that we are negotiating a coalition and who is telling society that DPS needs a coalition?”, asked he.

According to him, DPS is constantly discussing economical politics and current events on all levels with thier partners in NDSV.

“I don’t recall any discussions for coalition. We have to finish several laws, and update the investment programs. In any case, our discussions weren’t of media or public interest, because they produce nothing apart from discussions on current events”, concluded Tsonev.

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