The group of the European People’s Party will not support the resolution on Bulgaria, Deputy-Chairman of the EPP group in the European Parliament Esteban Gonzales Pons said. According to EPP, some parliamentary groups have turned the document into a political instrument, instead of using it for the purposes of the European Union. The European People’s Party also contends that the text of the resolution should be amended, BNR reports. The text reads that monitoring for Bulgaria under the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism should continue, despite the Commission’s indications that CVM for Bulgaria can be lifted on the basis of progress made, MEP Esteban Gonzales Pons said further.
<p>Esteban Gonzales Pons<b> called on the Bulgarian citizens to exercise their democratic right and vote at the regular Parliamentary elections in March next year. </b></p><br/></span>