The chairman of the “United Farmers” party and our countryman, Petya Stavreva, will be the new MP from 13 MIR-Pazardzhik from the list of “Continuing the change – Democratic Bulgaria” in the 49th National Assembly. The former MEP from the EPP group in the period 2007-2009 replaces Petar Kulenski, who is the new mayor of Pazardzhik municipality, as we wrote HERE last night. Let’s recall that PP “United Farmers” officially joined the coalition at the beginning of March for the last parliamentary elections on April 2.
“After these elections, Petya Stavreva from the United Farmers should become a People’s Representative from the Pazardzhik region, replacing Petar Kulenski on behalf of PP – DB.
In Pazardzhik, her party along with BZNS, VMRO, SSD and Novoto vreme, we were with Todor Popov. The roads are unknown”, commented on this occasion Dimitar Petkov – district leader of BZNS, member of the national Permanent Presence of BZNS and municipal councilor from Todor Popov’s group “Novoto vreme”. Petkov is also a record holder in mandates – now he will be sworn in for the seventh path as a counselor.