Trajanov proposes the dissolution of Parliament and snap elections with requests to Von der Leyen


There is no civil and political consensus for the constitutional changes, because they are the result of the Bulgarian unprincipled demands and outside the Copenhagen criteria, MP and leader f the Democratic Union (DS) Pavle Trajanov said at a press conference Sunday.
Trajanov proposed the dissolution of Parliament and snap elections because, as he said, “it’s more than clear that there is not enough support for constitutional changes.”
Stressing that the Democratic Union is firmly determined for this country to be a full member of the European Union, Trajanov announced that he has sent a request to the EU and to the President of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen – that the Council of the European Union adopt a decision obliging Bulgaria to implemented the decisions of the International Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, to allow the registration of associations of Macedonians in Bulgaria for nurturing their identity, language, cultural and other peculiarities, which will ensure reciprocity.
Regarding the constitutional changes proposed by the Government, the leader of the Democratic Union pointed out that the Government accepted the Negotiating Framework “without expert analysis, broader civil and political consensus and a framework that incorporates bilateral issues imposed by Bulgaria, issues that open historical , educational, linguistic, cultural and identity dilemmas, which essentially deny the historical continuity of the Macedonian people and the authenticity of the Macedonian language”.

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