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May 22, 2023 15:06 EEST
May 22 (SeeNews) - Bulgaria's centre-right GERB-UDF coalition, which came first in the April general election, and election runner-up, the coalition of We Continue the Change and Democratic Bulgaria (WCC-DB), have agreed on a rotation government, representatives of the two coalitions said on Monday.
Mariya Gabriel of GERB-UDF will serve as prime minister for nine months, after which Nikolay Denkov of WCC-DB will take over, Denkov and Gabriel said, as seen in a video posted by the state broadcaster BNT.
The GERB-UDF coalition holds 69 seats in the 240-seat National Assembly after winning 26.51% of the vote in the snap election.
Last Monday, Bulgaria’s president Rumen Radev tasked Gabriel with the formation of a government, giving her one week to put together a cabinet or return the mandate unfulfilled.
The WCC-DB coalition received 24.54% of the vote in the election and has 64 MPs.
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