At a certain age erections, just like urination, must not be let on.*

Former Prime Minister Boyko Borisov on his finance minister, Kiril Ananiev, hinting GERB might support a Changes Continued-proposed government

It will be easier for us to forge a British rather than a Bulgarian government.

Solomon Pasi, president of the Bulgarian Atlantic Club

Instead of getting worse, the situation is becoming hopeless.

Former Culture Minister Vezhdi Rashidov just before he was elected speaker of the new National Assembly

Having a government just for the winter sounds like having a girlfriend just for the summer.

Radan Kanev, EMP

The parties' behaviour in parliament indicates that psychosis is around the corner.

Tsvetelina Yosifova, psychotherapist

We are no longer the object of hate. We are the object of ridicule.

Kristian Vigenin, an MP for the BSP

* Political scientists, psychologists, urologists and linguists disagree on the ambiguity of this. On the one hand, Boyko Borisov may have meant, with Kiril Ananiev's age in mind, that elderly gentlemen should hold tight in cases of erections and/or urination. On the other hand, he might have equally well meant elderly gentlemen should never miss the chance to use an erection and/or the opportunity to urinate. Vagabond translated the pronouncement of GERB's leader verbatim


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