The Bulgarian Socialist Party will not support the government proposed by Slavi Trifonov, Socialist leader Kornelia Ninova said. She specified that if the BSP gets a mandate, it will try to form a cabinet.
The protest parties cannot unite around the government proposed by Slavi Trifonov, Nikolay Hadzhigenov from "Stand up! Thugs Out!" told BNR.
"The hasty proposal of a controversial government creates a risk of compromising the dialogue between the political forces represented in parliament to solve this main task," commented Atanas Atanasov, chairman of DSB (part of the Democratic Bulgaria coalition, on the party's website.
GERB leader Boyko Borissov diverted the question of whether his party would support Slavi Trifonov's proposed cabinet by shifting responsibility to the parties of the protests. "They knelt before President Radev, they protested, they raised Slavi into a cult. Let them now take the political responsibility," Borissov told a briefing, BNR reported.