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“Ataka” will not enter a coalition in the next parliament

Submitted on Wednesday, 18 February 2009No Comment
“Ataka” will not enter a coalition in the next parliament

“The party “Ataka” will not enter a coalition in the next parliament, because none of the parties that are likely to enter the parliament have a similar vision to ours”, said the leader of the party Volen Siderov at a meeting with citizens of Montana.

He commented that “BSP, GERB, NDSV and DPS are parties which share an oligarchic Latin American economical model which benefits a handful of rich men and harms the common people”.

“We hope to have a sufficient majority and not need any coalitions”, proclaimed Siderov.

“It is too dangerous for Bulgaria to have another triple coalition for the next mandate, with Boiko Borisov’s GERB replacing NDSV”, concluded Volen Siderov.

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