5 parties can share one parliamentary seat
Five parties may win one parliamentary seat each in Montana – GERB-SDS, BSP, DPS, “We continue the change” and ITN. A surprise could occur if GERB takes two seats at the expense of ITN, analysts predict.
The most contested battle will be between three women – Irena Dimova, Irena Anastasova and Inna Ivanova.
The leader of the lists of GERB-SDS Irena Dimova is a financier and former basketball player. She was twice the chairman of the budget committee in the parliament. He has his own accounting firm. Before becoming an MP, she was deputy. territorial director of the NRA – Veliko Tarnovo. She is followed by Vladimir Minchev – administrative director at St. George Medical Center in Montana, master’s degree in health management.
Irena Anastasova, first for BSP, was born in Montana, graduated from the Science and Mathematics High School. She was the principal of an elite metropolitan school. Long-time member of parliament, deputy chairman of the National Council of the BSP.
“Positano” returned Rusi Statkov to the list,
albeit in a rear position. He was last member of parliament in 2014, then spent a long time in the Agency for Post-Privatization Control. At the time, there were queues of complaining voters in front of the reception of the socialist.
World swimming champion Inna Ivanova again leads the team of “We continue the change”. In November of she was elected MP from Montana. She was born in Ruse and has 57 republican medals in swimming, 9 cups and 8 medals from international tournaments. In 1999 in Monaco it became
world champion in biathlon for girls
to 16. In 2011, Inna graduated from ESERP-MBA in Barcelona, and before that ESMA Escuels Superior de Marketing in Barcelona and Business Administration in Monaco.
Second for PP is Eng. Vanina Vecina, former regional governor, who stopped the firing squads that had been harassing the residents of the villages of Studeno Buche, Dr. Yosifovo, and Slavotin for years.
For the driver of the DPS in the district Dimitar Avramov all analysts are convinced that his place is guaranteed. In the past he
was investigated for influence peddling
after a land dispute with a prominent farmer, but then acquitted.
Borislav Sandov, the former Minister of Environment and Water and Deputy Prime Minister, is first on the list of “Democratic Bulgaria”.
Plamen Abrovski is at the top of the list of “There is such a people”. A deputy in the two short summer parliaments, he was a candidate for the Minister of Agriculture in the cabinet announced by Slavi. He headed the committee on agriculture of the National Assembly.
Former military and Ministry of Internal Affairs officer Philip Borisov has chosen as the leader of “Bulgarian Rise” Stefan Yanev Two lawyers lead the candidates of “Stand Up, Bulgaria” and “Vazrazhdane” – Maria Kamenova and Peter Petrov from Varshets.
The meteorologist Lenochka Angelova, who left “We continue the change”, now leads the “Just Bulgaria” coalition.