Published on Monday, 15 October 2012 23:29 Written by Novinite
The peculiar proposal was made clear after Ataka's controversial leader Volen Siderov met with President Rosen Plevneliev on Monday.
Siderov has told local media that his move has been triggered by the recent conflict between Turkey and Syria. The leader of the anti-Turkish party fears that Bulgaria may be drawn into the conflict, since it is a NATO member.
Ataka is now supported by approximately 1.4% -1.5% of Bulgarian voters, according to the latest polls.
The meeting between Siderov and Plevneliev marked the end of the President's consultations with political leaders on the upcoming nuclear power plant referendum.