Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov said Tuesday in Veliko Trnovo that if his country entered another series of elections, it would be catastrophic and a historic waste of time, according to MIA’s Sofia correspondent.
Prime Minister Petkov said the ruling coalition was talking to many officials to make them understand the great responsibility they had. If lawmakers did not pass 22 bills by the end of the year, Petkov said, Bulgaria would lose six billion euros in European funds for the Bulgarian economy.
The pension revision would stall, young families would not receive tax breaks, and fuel prices would continue to rise, he added. Petkov expressed hope that other MPs would follow the example of Minister of Sports Radostin Vasilev and the five other There is Such a People party members who recently resigned from their cabinet posts.
According to the Bulgarian prime minister, the most important thing for the country now was for Bulgaria’s 47th Parliament to have 121 MPs who would not block the judiciary reform, the anti-corruption commission changes, and the national budget revision. “Our loyalty is to Bulgaria,” Petkov said.