Crime – that’s how she described the written ballots
I voted for Sofia to be governed in a different way – transparently – from tomorrow. This is how BSP leader Kornelia Ninova explained her vote minutes after exercising her right to vote in 25 “Peter Beron” primary school in the capital “Lagera” housing complex. She votes with a paper ballot.
I voted for a clean, orderly, social municipality. People from the outermost neighborhoods should have equal access, she explained.
Ninova described the low voter turnout as a bad sign. It makes institutions weakly legitimate. We have to restore the trust of the people, said the BSP leader.
“There are still 5 hours, make this effort, it doesn’t require much, vote for whoever you want, just do it,” Ninova urged citizens to vote.
According to her, the low voter turnout is due to distrust on the part of the people, not seeing real change.
A crime – that’s how Ninova described the inscribed ballots.
She refused to comment on the requested resignation of the chairman of DANS and said “Today I will not comment on political issues”.
According to her, all those who encroached on the fair vote should be punished.
Let’s not talk about losing in the middle of election day, Ninova replied when asked if she would resign if Vanya Grigorova lost.