Kornelia Ninova

    • BSP will decline cabinet-forming mandate between 10 and 15 September

      BSP will decline cabinet-forming mandate between 10 and 15 September

      If they do not come to terms with the three other parliamentary groups they have invited to consultations, BSP for Bulgaria will decline their cabinet-forming mandate between 10 and 15 September, Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) leader Kornelia Ninova told an extraordinary news briefing in Parliament on Sunday ahead of the first round of talks, with Rise Up BG! Here We Come!

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    • Red crocodiles, BDB and lies about Delyan Peevski

      Red crocodiles, BDB and lies about Delyan Peevski

      Do you know how billions can disappear overnight and a state can wake up with skyrocketing hyperinflation? Perhaps not, but you can always fill in the blanks by questioning former vice-PM and minister of economic development in Videnov’s infamous cabinet Rumen Gechev, who has risen from the ashes of the 1990s bank collapses after socialist leader Kornelia Ninova personally installed him as BSP lawmaker and vice-chair of the budgetary commission at the current National Assembly. 

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    • Chiming in along with Prokopiev and Ninova: Kremlin propaganda with a new attack on Delyan Peevski

      Chiming in along with Prokopiev and Ninova: Kremlin propaganda with a new attack on Delyan Peevski

      With all due respect to the Englishmen, but they are wrong when they say there is no such thing as eternal enemies. The Bulgarian oligarchy may change up the targets it is bombarding with lies and disinformation through a mainstream media machine whose publications are funded either openly or under the table by the oligarchy and single out victims for daring to disturb its peace of mind, but the list of enemies features one constant – lawmaker from the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) Delyan Peevski.

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    • MRF refutes Ninova's statement concerning Porozhanov and Peevski

      MRF refutes Ninova's statement concerning Porozhanov and Peevski

      There is no evidence that Peevski prompted the name of Rumen Porozhanov for the post of agriculture minister. So the MP of the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) Halil Letifov commented the yesterday's statement by the leader of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) Kornelia Ninova who claimed that Porozhanov was recommended for the ministerial office by lawmaker and publisher of Telegraph Media Delyan Peevski. Letifov qualified this statement as “groundless”.

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