Kiril Petkov, one of the leaders of “We continue the change” entered his constituency in Sofia and congratulated the members of the commission. He waited calmly for him to be found on the electoral roll first, and then for the man before him to finish his vote before standing in front of the machine himself.
“I voted to continue the change because I believe that Bulgaria can do more. I voted for my president Rumen Radev and the numbers for the day for me are 6 and 25.
Now it is very important not to throw headlines, names after the elections. We must all humbly enter the discussion, because we know that the next government of Bulgaria will be a coalition, “Petkov said.
He explained that it is important to talk about two policies, without which it is impossible. “The change of the chief prosecutor and the creation of an anti-corruption agency, which this time will stop corruption in Bulgaria. We will be able to talk calmly with the one who agrees with these two policies.”
Petkov added: “We will have a working dialogue with Northern Macedonia, there must be not only historians, but also people from the economy, culture, because it is not normal to fly from Sofia to Skopje via Vienna, not to have a train connection, Bulgarian business to sell more easily in Australia than there.A good neighborly relationship would give the opportunity to have much more prosperity in both countries.But we also have a Bulgarian interest to keep.There should be working groups that every 6 months to say on something, and every month a report on the progress they have made. “
He told all spectators that voting was very easy. “It doesn’t take any time. Everyone can vote no matter how old they are. It’s easy to do. The control receipts – for me it was unnecessary to count 100%, I hope it doesn’t create chaos. The truth is that the machine vote is much better, the chance of manipulation is much smaller and 30% of the receipts would be perfect. “
If more than 3.3 million voters turn out today, we have the absolute chance to be number one, to be the first political force, Petkov was categorical.