Bulgaria's GERB Party to Add 2 Deputy Chairs
Bulgaria's center-right party GERB will have two more deputy chairs, according to former Interior Minister and current Deputy Chair of GERB Tsvetan Tsvetanov.
In a Saturday interview for Darik radio, he claimed that the congress of GERB (Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria) on February 16 would include the proposal for two extra deputy chairs on the agenda.
Tsvetanov was positive that the current leader of GERB, former Prime Minister Boyko Borisov, would be reelected.
He suggested that the election of two more deputy chairs of the party would create the opportunity for building on the existing achievements.
"With the responsibilities which each one in the party has, we must make sure that it opens up and develops," he argued.
Stressing that GERB already had over 77 000 members, Tsvetanov insisted that the responsibilities had to be distributed properly in order to prevent an over-concentration of duties and marginalization of other party members.
"We are a very well-designed party with clearly defined and well-functioning units and I can say that it is not by chance that we are currently the top political formation which is ready for each round of elections which comes along," he added.
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'Tsvetanov was positive that the current leader of GERB, former Prime Minister Boyko Borisov, would be reelected.'
How can he be positive, have they fixed the election, has he been wire tapping his colleagues again or are they going to have only stupid unknown canditates on the ballott papers?
You only have 77,000 members so if BB gets 100,000 votes we will know the printers have been busy.