Bulgarian Ex-EconMin Vows More Reforms if Party Returns to Power
Former Bulgarian Economy and Energy Minister Delyan Dobrev has promised that his center-right GERB party would carry out "more reforms" if it returns to power.
Dobrev told GERB supporters in the city of Pernik that the ruling Socialist-led coalition government has made a lot of mistakes in its economic policies since assuming office in May.
"We are not seeing any support for small- and medium enterprises," he pointed out, as cited by the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency.
Dobrev reiterated his party's call for early elections, saying May 2014 would be an appropriate time for a new vote, since European Parliament elections are to take place then.
Bulgaria's Socialist-led government remains in power despite over 70 straight days of unrelenting anti-graft protests in Sofia.
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