Calls for New Leadership and Concerns over Arms Sales

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Calls for New Leadership and Concerns over Arms Sales

Calls for New Leadership and Concerns over Arms Sales

The Bulgarian political landscape is currently experiencing a period of uncertainty and debate. The leader of the Bulgarian Socialist Party, Kornelia Ninova, has called on President Rumen Radev to replace caretaker Prime Minister Dimitar Glavchev. Ninova argues that Glavchev is a "proven GERB party candidate" and that his appointment undermines the new Constitution.

Meanwhile, Kostadin Kostadinov, leader of the Vazrazhdane party, has raised concerns about the Ministry of Defense's alleged negotiations to sell weapons to Ukraine. Kostadinov claims that the ministry is preparing a list of weapons for sale, including tanks, howitzers, and mortars, without specifying prices. He has vowed to refer the issue to relevant institutions for further investigation.

These developments highlight the ongoing tensions and divisions within Bulgarian politics. The call for a new Prime Minister reflects concerns about the current government's legitimacy and its potential ties to the previous GERB administration. The controversy surrounding the potential arms sale to Ukraine raises questions about transparency and accountability in the defense sector.

It remains to be seen how these issues will be resolved and what impact they will have on Bulgaria's political future.