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Stanishev has always looked at Bulgaria through the curtains of his car

17 June 2013 / 21:06:33  GRReporter
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We need a third republic of European Bulgaria. This requires reconstruction and modernization of the main authorities and institutions. It is because the current constitution contains large defects, it is suitable for a long jump but now, the discipline in which Bulgaria should participate in order for it to achieve full and complete EU membership is different and it is called high jump.

The best option would be to convene, in terms of public consensus, the Grand National Assembly even to revoke the institution of the Grand National Assembly itself in the constitution because Bulgaria has stalled not only because all governors are incompetent or scoundrels but because of systemic, structural, fundamental reasons.

Since I doubt that this is possible, there is another way to restart the state and turn to the third republic.

After all, the votes of the Constitutional Court determine whether something is constitutional or not rather than the squares or the parliamentary majority. I.e. if six Constitutional judges, in terms of public consensus on the inevitability of the changes, do not resist the urgent changes, these changes cannot be declared unconstitutional. I.e. six votes can support a national responsible act and save Bulgaria by saying that the changes meet the interests of Bulgarian society and are in accordance with the spirit of the objectives of Bulgarian legislation, namely to build a prosperous, modern and democratic European country. The laws always serve the national interests and priorities of society and the state and society must not be a blind and obedient prisoner of law.

At the beginning of the transition to democracy, society was concerned whether the MRF was a constitutional party and it was declared such not by the people, rallies and parliament but because there were not seven votes in the Constitutional Court against it... And six Constitutional judges have made the MRF a constitutional party...with all the consequences for our country, whether they are negative or positive.

Do you think that there is a political figure of the right wing who can unite a large part of society?

I do not see such a figure at present perhaps because this right wing is not the necessary right wing and its emotions do not find any response in me.

However, it is not the unifying figure of the right wing who will give birth to the new right-wing project but a new right-wing project that will give birth to the unifying right-wing figure...

Bulgarian right-wing voters are not represented in parliament. All parties in this parliament are left-wing, leftist, or leftist-nationalist.

There is a pressing and urgent need for a new right-wing project in Bulgaria.
In order for a new right-wing project to be created, however, at least four conditions must be met:
The first is the rejection, a decisive, radical rejection, of former right-wing leaders; the faces of the current transition that have intruded as emblems of the right wing and that have been perceived as faces of the status quo and that have been firmly rejected at the elections should hide and be sent away once and for all.
Second, the rejection of sectarian ultraliberal, super competitive, mega individualistic and hyper market dogmas.
Third, the rejection of fundamentalist, almost religiously inspired, goggled-eyed, pop-eyed and empty Russophobia.
Fourth, the rejection of fanatical, sociopathic, epileptic and schizophrenic rhetoric, in which the outdated, shabby and decrepit alternative of "communism or anti-communism" lies.

That's what I think of the new right-wing project. I could be wrong, but I am strongly convinced internally that if the old faces of the right wing, the old sectarian hyper market dogmas of the right wing, the old fanatical Russophobian hatred and the old anti-fundamentalist rhetoric on the right wing continue  to exist, then the new right wing will remain the old mad thing...
Moreover, Bulgaria will be divided between two types of government – of the organized criminal group of security guards, militiamen and cops or of the "flexible" coalitions of parties. One of them belongs to left socialists with ultra rich leaders, the other belongs to left-wing Bulgarian Turks with ultra rich leaders and the third coalition belongs to left-wing patriots with ultra rich leaders.

And fewer of our children will want to live in that Bulgaria.

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