Bulgarian EPP MEP Nadezhda Neynsky has resigned from the right-wing Union of Democratic Forces party, UDF.
In an open letter to UDF leader, Emil Kabaivanov, the Member of the European Parliament and one of the most emblematic right-wing politicians after the fall of Communism, writes that the decision of the National Executive Council, NIS, has been a test of UDF members' convictions and it has proven they believe in very different ideas.
Earlier Monday, NIS voted to expel from the party the Members of the Bulgarian Parliament, Martin Dimitrov, Dimo Gyaurov, and Vanio Sharkov on grounds they failed to support the nomination of former right-wing President, Petar Stoyanov, for constitutional judge....
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