site.btaThere Is Such a People to Run Independently in Possible Snap Elections
The There Is Such a People (TISP) party will run independently in possible early parliamentary elections, the party's deputy leader, Toshko Yordanov, told a BTA-hosted news conference here on Thursday.
When a political party that was just 4,000 votes short of passing the threshold for entering parliament and whose former partners are throwing evidence at each other about how the elections were rigged, the most logical thing for this party is to run in the elections, Yordanov said, referring to his party.
Commenting the Election Code amendments which Parliament is debating, Yordanov said that the paper ballots will not make the election process more fair. TISP scrapped the paper ballots the first time they entered Parliament, because they allow GERB and the Movement for Rights and Freedoms to organize vote-buying, he recalled. Unfortunately, the voting machines were discredited by Continue the Change, Yordanov added.