The Prime Minister also commented on the crisis in the Middle East
I voted for a European, modern capital. Get out and vote for who you want to run your city. If you don’t come out, others will come out and they will decide who will rule. This is what Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov said after exercising his right to vote in the runoff in Sofia.
“Whether by paper or by machine, the important thing is to vote. The problems with the machines are the result of the poor coordination between the institutions. Here the responsibility lies especially with the CEC. After the end of the elections, the question must be raised, how do we restore trust in the electoral process”, he added the Prime Minister.
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He refused to comment on the request for resignation of the head of DANS Plamen Tonchev.
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Denkov said that tensions in Israel are very high and if the conflict escalates, it could affect the whole world. The Prime Minister indicated that the hostages should be released, the danger of terrorist attacks by Hamas should be reduced and a humanitarian crisis should not be caused. Israel has not requested military aid from Bulgaria, Denkov also pointed out.