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With budget 2009 Bulgaria will stand financial storms

Submitted on Sunday, 5 October 2008No Comment
With budget 2009 Bulgaria will stand financial storms

The member of parliament chairman of the political party NDSV Milen Velchev said the government is planning to keep a budget surplus of about 2 billion leva or 3% of the Gross Domestic Product of Bulgaria.

‘There is still no political decision but NDSV has made its offer in support of mortgage credits. I believe that like the US we must undertake tax alleviations for the banks who offer mortgage credits’, said Velchev. He also shared that one of the main ideas of NDSV is to stimulate young families through the budget, to put aside money for in vitro and to support the construction of new kindergartens.’

‘With all obscurities we have to face in the eve of 2009, we’ll take the responsibility for the elaboration of budget 2009 so that we can prepare the country to stand the financial world storms.’

‘For now I see no reason for the society to want pre-term elections. The government isn’t leading a policy which demands such a serious step. Work in the coalition is going on well without necessary extreme compromises’, concluded Velchev.

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