Bulgaria plans to have early general polls
(MENAFN)The Bulgarian president stated early parliamentary polls on November 14 as the final elections that did not succeed in creating an administration.
In advance, the parliament determined to organize the presidential polls on 14th of November.
Rumen Radev changed three ministers in the temporary technocrat administration that he found following the 11th of July general polls.
Stefan Yanev, the Prime Minister is going to keep on offering the administration that contain 18 ministers, and is going to be given a job that is to plan the early polls.
Daniela Vezieva is going to change Kiril Petkov Economy Minister, and Valeri Belchev is going to be instead of Finance Minister Asen Vasilev, while Hristo Aleksiev is going to take place of Transport Minister Georgi Todorov.
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