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SDS aims for 10% in the parliamentary elections

Submitted on Wednesday, 29 April 2009No Comment
SDS aims for 10% in the parliamentary elections

“SDS will continue to look for partners in the parliamentary elections”, announced the leader of the party Martin Dimitrov.

According to the leader of the democratic party, SDS wanted to reach an agreement for a coalition with GERB, but they replied that they will wait after the elections for European parliament members of parliament.

Once again, Martin Dimitrov emphasized how important it is for right-wing parties to co-operate in the majority elections. He expressed his concern that an eventual loss from BSP and DPS for the majority vote could cost the democratic government of the country. Even though “Novoto vreme” (the New times) and the United farmers have not yet joined their SDS partners, they are negotiating their co-operation. Negotiations for a coalition with the movement “Napred” are also underway.

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