09 Jan 2017
A new Bulgarian political party launched on Saturday (7 January) just months before an election, aiming to fight corruption, boost economic growth and improve living standards.
‘Yes Bulgaria’, led by former justice minister in the centre-right government Hristo Ivanov, will take part in the early parliamentary election expected to be held in March or April.
The Balkan country has been in political limbo since centre-right Prime Minister Boiko Borissov resigned following the victory of Rumen Radev, a candidate backed by the opposition Socialists, in a November presidential election.
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