“When I resigned (in front of the BSP Plenum), I did not suspect the risk of partition and spillover of the party,” BSP leader Kornelia Ninova told a surprising refusal yesterday to resign before the Congress of the Party, which would officially be withdrew from the presidency. “One week after the resignation, the party was in a stupor that grew into anger, and struggles from the country and members of the Sofia organization began to return party books and want to leave the party, which bothered me, and I realized that what we built for three years “I was not aware of such an effect, and I realized that my resignation could lead to a serious decline in support for the BSP, local elections are ahead and we will go to them,” Ninova said.
According to her, there have been pressures on delegates, including through accusations in banks of people with credits who have been warned to watch out for voting at the party forum in order to have no problems with returning the loans. In her words for the first time in politics, she says one, but does another thing, and she realizes what will be poured on her head. “I had to swallow my ego, suffer image damage, it was not an easy decision, but I had to minimize the damage from this crisis,” Ninova said.
She asked why the party people who made it up to TV studios did not speak in front of the congress where the place was. After her speech yesterday before the party forum, the people of the inner opposition left the hall. Ninova believes that yesterday at the congress she received support from her fellow countrymen, and claims that it has made a lot of it.
Regarding GERB’s proposal to reduce the party subsidy from BGN 11 to BGN 1 per capita, it said: “The party subsidy should be reduced, but it should not be 1 leva because it means the end of the multi-party system in Bulgaria and the dictatorship of one party “.