Tomorrow, MEPs will have free and safe passage to Parliament, said the Director of the Bureau of Public Safety, Mitko Chavkov in a statement for “Deutsche Welle“.

Tomorrow at noon, at the Parliament a coordination of the parliamentary political parties will happen for forming a commission for elections and naming, as a basis for continuing the constitutive session for an election of a president of the Parliament.

Tomorrow, the country will be visited by the EU Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy & Enlargement Negotiations, Johannes Hahn and three MEPs, Ivo Vajgl, Eduard Kukan and Knut Fleckenstein.

When asked whether the police force will guarantee that the MEPs will not be prevented from entering or exiting Parliament, as there had been announcements from protesters that they will block the entrance of Parliament, Chavkov was decisive:”The MEPs will have safe and clear passage to Parliament.”