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The Bulgarian Prime Minister presents a constitutional amendment after 40 days of protest

The Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov gave in to the demands of the citizens this Monday after almost 40 days of protest on the street and surprisingly presented a draft amendment to the constitution.

“People want maximum representation … the only way is with a new constitution,” said Borisov, whose party, the Conservative Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (GERB), presented the draft law with which they hope to ” to reach broad agreement “with the rest of the political groups.

Borisov has pointed out that “there is nothing like democracy” while encouraging the opposition to make whatever changes they deem appropriate to this reform project in order to “end the lie that this is a GERB constitution”.

The Bulgarian Prime Minister presents a constitutional amendment after 40 days of protest
The Bulgarian Prime Minister presents a constitutional amendment after 40 days of protest

The project calls for an ordinary national assembly to pass a new constitution within the next two weeks, as Borisov has announced, by abolishing the Grand National Assembly.

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