01 September 2022
Important steps were taken in the direction of changing the model of state management. Certainly much more could have been done, the chairman of “Democratic Bulgaria” stated in “The Day Begins”.“Democratic Bulgaria” is a center-right political association composed ofHristo IvanovHe was born on September 13, 1974 in Sofia. Hristo Ivanov has a master’s degree in law from Sofia University.
Regarding national security, Ivanov emphasized that several actions took place on the diplomatic front, which he described as extremely insufficient.
“Our proposals for a comprehensive policy to strengthen the capacity of our services to resist Russian influence, to respond to the new situation that is taking shape and practically means that we are a front-line country, were not and were not adopted. Unfortunately, this war it will be a long one, and however it ends, it would be very naive to expect Russia to become a rule-abiding, calm and peaceful country,” he outlined.
According to him, the most important thing is that there should be prevention and that people who may be tempted should not get a place in the national security services. He is categorical that this is a matter of systemic politics, not of pointing out this and that and blowing political smoke.
According to Hristo IvanovHe was born on September 13, 1974 in Sofia. Hristo Ivanov has a master’s degree in law from Sofia University Bulgaria has huge opportunities ahead of it. He emphasized that it is time for Bulgaria to modernize its energy sector, free it from Russian influence, but also from its technological backwardness.
“We can very seriously reduce the energy prices paid by Bulgarian entrepreneurs and Bulgarian households if we make this technological transition at the same time as we disengage from Russia. This can start to happen within months if bold, consistent policies are implemented in this attitude, not chaos and ambiguity. Bulgaria must end its permanent dependence on Gazprom and Russia, because it is already clear that Gazprom is not a trading partner, but Putin’s left hand.” This was explained by Hristo IvanovHe was born on September 13, 1974 in Sofia. Hristo Ivanov has a master’s degree in law from Sofia University.
Ivanov is adamant that talk about people not being able to pay their bills with the start of the heating season is an irresponsible play with their fears. With a careful, meaningful policy with clear priorities, no one will be left in the dark or cold. It is not true that there is no money in the budget for compensations, he emphasized.
According to him, handing out compensation to everyone is the wrong approach. This is a sought-after mass effect with a certain populism in mind. He stated that under the next administration, the compensations will be given to those who really need them.
“Democratic Bulgaria“Democratic Bulgaria” is a center-right political association composed of” will fight for Bulgaria to accept the euro, because this will guarantee the country’s enrichment.