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We are an opposition that is a part of the government.

Rumen Hristov, SDS

We started a new political transition and we need wider support.

Hristo Ivanov, leader of Yes Bulgaria, on negotiations with DPS MP Delyan Peevski, sanctioned under the Magnitsky Act

Do you want to take DNA from all children in Sofia?

Boyko Borisov on his refusal of a paternity test over alleged offspring supposedly living in luxury in Barcelona

People overestimate us: we are neither that omnipotent, nor that evil.

GERB MP Toma Bikov

We, men, are very vulnerable creatures.

Yasen Todorov, deputy chairman of the National Investigative Service, during hearings on the emotional condition of Former Chief Prosecutor Ivan Geshev

Unless the GERB fulfil seven conditions, we will demand the resignation of the government.

Kiril Petkov, leader of Changes Continued, on the government set up by... Changes Continued

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We must not look as though we are not determined to go on with reforms.Hristo Ivanov, Co-Chairman of CC-DB
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The Bulgarian agriculture sector is in shambles.Kiril Vatev, agriculture minister
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This is an aggressive offensive against statehood, history and memory.President Rumen Radev on the Soviet Army Monument in Sofia
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Yes, I was informed that during the street violence the interior minister was at the movies. At this time there was a meeting of the Council of Ministers and the deputy minister was present instead.
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Our homegrown Bolsheviks wanted to organise an October Revolution.Gen Atanas Atanasov, chairman of DSB, on the unsuccessful no-confidence vote against the government
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We have laws already. What are we ranting about? All tarts woke up 16 years later to remember they were raped. Like the case of that American film director whom they turned a monkey into.
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I want to make it perfectly clear that Ukraine insists on continuing this war, and that the bill is being paid by the whole of Europe.
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Since yesterday afternoon a drone has been hovering around my terrace and has entered it.Yasen Todorov, deputy director of the National Investigations Service
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GERB want a Latin American type of stability – a handful of people and companies getting all the money while the rest of the people are poor or emigrate to escape being poor.
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Bulgarian women may have lower pensions, but they live longer.Biser Petkov, former Public Welfare Minister, on the pay gap between men and women
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He tells Ukraine it should fall on its knees and accept that it will no longer exist.
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The people placed their bet on evil. Evil won, so did the people.Nikolay Gabrovski, GERB's prime minister-designate, on his failure to win approval in parliament