GERB


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GERBGeostationary Earth Radiation Budget
GERBGrazhdani za Evropeysko Razvitie na Balgariya (Bulgarian: Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria)
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"With another fake news, the cup of patience overflows - I do not want my name anymore and that of GERB to be tainted," Dobrev said, according to the GERB press office.
Sofia: Bulgaria's centre-right GERB, which won most parliamentary seats in Sunday's vote, wants the election result cancelled because of a "violation", its leader Boiko Borisov said on Thursday.
In cities that produced first-round victories, four were held by GERB, one by the socialists, two by in-dependents, one by Ahmed Dogan's Movement for Rights and Freedoms and by the VMRO.
25 August 2010 - Indian credit rating agency CRISIL kept the ratings of BBB+ with a "stable" outlook and of P2 on the bank facilities of local Gerb Vibration Control Systems Pvt Ltd.
"In the beginning of April, we will announce what will be the slogan of the GERB PP for the forthcoming campaign for the European vote and next we will present the party's platform for the European elections through which we will inform the society about our priorities and ideas for the development of the country and the future of the European Union'',Tsvetanov informed.
A day before the start of the new Parliament's term, the media discovered that all GERB's MPs have signed their resignations from Parliament, leaving only the date unfilled.
The majority partner in the coalition government, GERB, changed its position after many criticisms in the public domain that one religion was tolerated.
Martin Dimitrov, one of the Blue Coalition's two leaders, persisted in claiming that the new GERB government would be unstable if the Blue Coalition were excluded.
Tsvetanov refused to go into details but reminded that GERB will nominate its candidate on Sunday.
In his opinion, a lot of the people who formerly supported the Reformist Bloc will now vote for the presidential candidate of GERB in order to make sure that there voice is being heard.
Bororisov heads a minority government made of three major actors (his conservative GERB party, a loose coalition of centrist and right-wing parties called Reformist Bloc, and left-wing ABV party) and backed by a nationalist coalition called Patriotic Front.
But as tensions are still rising between GERB and some parties in the RB over what the latter calls a "failed" judicial reform, the party of Borisov announced it would put forward its own candidates to take over.