Bulgarian nationalists are mulling the establishment of a large coalition to tackle the 2013 parliamentary elections.
The masterminds of the plan are the leaders of Ataka and VMRO, Volen Siderov and Krasimir Karakachanov. They and the leaders of some smaller formations are going to gather in Sofia on September 22 to discuss the details of the future formation with the goal to have a joint ballot for the general elections.
Polls show that such coalition can secure at least 12% of the vote or 35 Members of the Parliament, the Bulgarian Standard daily writes, citing the nationalists' leaders....
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