Bulgaria Right Wing Parties Seek Unity in Italy

photo_verybig_1019601The leaders of Bulgaria’s right-wing parties arrived in the Italian town of Cadenabbia Sunday to discuss Bulgaria’s future.

The meeting, under the motto “Workshop of the Future,” is organized by the “Konrad Adenauer” Foundation.

Cadenabbia is a milestone in the history of Bulgaria’s rightist parties. The small and picturesque Italian town, located on the west shore of Lake Como, witnessed the rise and fall of the country’s united right wing at the end of the 90s.

During the three-day meeting, leaders of Bulgaria’s formations members of or close to the European People’s Party, will focus on efforts to form a broad pre-election and post-election coalition.

The forum will be open Sunday morning by a discussion titled “What is the social order Bulgarians Wish For,” moderated by sociologist Antonii Gulabov while during the afternoon session economy expert, Georgi Ganev, will talk about business sectors that could secure Bulgaria’s future prosperity.

The meeting is expected to make a list of the parties that will join the coalition, already forged by the two biggest right-wing formations, Democrats for Strong Bulgaria (DSB) and the United Democratic Forces (UDF.

UDF, DSB, the Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria (GERB) party of Sofia’s Mayor, Boyko Borisov, the Democratic Party and the United Agrarians will all attend the forum and are all are members of the European People’s Party.

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