The difference between GERB and BSP is increasing, it would be much larger than sociologists are currently recording. This is what political scientist Tatiana Boutudzhieva said about the political atmosphere in Bulgaria at the threshold of the European elections, reports FOCUS.
According to her, the coalitions between GERB and smaller formations are a reflection of the great campaign that is happening in Europe, led by the main families of the party. Both the right and the left in Europe have called for maximum unification because both families are concerned about the very active and growing influence of radical radical parties, she said.
The BSP's pre-election attitudes were seen in nominations for members, he added, noting that the proposed list for the Plenary was overtaken by party expectations.
In his words, this is the third signal that the BSP gives to its leadership that it should not make independent decisions without taking into account the attitudes and moods of the party itself. "BSP has not demonstrated, especially in its leadership and leadership leadership, the desire to give its voters enough reason to go straight to the European elections, in addition to the anti-motives, against something to vote for. theory is known in elections, however, one has the job of going to vote when there is something to vote, even if it is a change, but it must be "for." With just the "anti" and scandal, I do not think the left will be able to make good company, "he added.
Tatyana Buroudjieva also said that as far as the GERB is concerned, the party is activated and the core is tight. In a survey, answering the question of who you are voting for, the people who answered that they would vote for the GERB are the people who will vote, she explained. But with the BSP there is no such security, it is unclear what will happen in the periphery, added the political scientist.