"We do not have ambitions to become ministers, Prime Ministers, Presidents, Popes... not least the Armenian Priest, of course."
Krasimir Karakachanov, leader of VMRO (one of the parties in the nationalist coalition Patriotic Front) during a PF press conference after the Bulgarian early elections.
"All leaders of political entities, with what we did to each other in the last year, we brought people to disappointment. We have to make a step back. The people clearly showed they don't want Barekov, Borisov, Mestan as Prime Ministers. This government has to be without us, political leaders, so that society can accept it."
Bulgaria without Censorship's leader, ex-journalist Nikolay Barekov, commenting on results of early elections at his party's press conference on Monday, October 6.
"Nikolay Barekov will be a member of Parliament; whether a European or a Bulgarian is not important."
Barekov, also a current MEP, elaborating on his own plans for after the elections.