1.Society evolves from and is built by unconditionally free, equal and enjoying full rights, sovereign by birth individuals, over whose rights and free will no other individual, group, organization or the state have or might have any priority.
2.Each body and its organizations and structures, signs and principles of organization and interaction result solely from the rights, sovereignty and free will of the component individual personalities and can not be above and despite them.
3.Each autonomous structure of society has its specific characteristics, objectives and interests, deriving from specific common characteristics, objectives and interests of the component individuals. As far as the specificity and autonomy of a structure is available, it should be recognized and respected.
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF POLICY
1.Non-absolutisizing and non-simplification of standard theoretical models of social development.
2.Relativism, pluralism and adequacy of the approaches and solutions.
3. Entire freedom and unlimited possibilities for all citizens.
4.Public concern to overcome the factors, restricting equal and unlimited access to possibilities.
5.Social policy in defence and for the development of the benefits of freedom through government care for those who are unable to benefit from them, and increased attention to education, so that this inability should not be reproduced.
6.Strong protection of pluralism, democracy and human rights, security and sovereignty of the individual.
7.Entire liberty of thought, speech, press and media. Avoiding censorship or restriction of liberty of thought and its expression.
8.Opportunities for political participation of every citizen, regardless of his property status. Abolition of the property qualifications for the candidates. Abolition the payment of deposits from the candidate. Self candidating and eliminate the formal role of parties in elections.
9.Majoritarian elections, a running board dropping out of candidates. Equal and fair elections. Only state-funded general election campaign for all candidates, allowing full participation of all citizens in politics and facilitated a comparative assessment of the voter. Prohibition of individual campaigns and advertising.
10.Building a secure system for remote electronic voting based on the Internet, allowing cheap and fair elections and a possibility for holding of referendums every day.
11.Priority of direct democracy. Legal and technical creating a system, based on the Internet, for citizens Initiative, public discussions and universal voting on all local and national issues.
EUROPEAN POLICY OBJECTIVES
1.Changing the future of Bulgaria and Europe by creating a new, democratic, accountable, open and successful European Union, backed on individual freedom, democracy, pluralism, tolerance, civil rights and unlimited opportunities.
2.A short, explicit, stable and approved by the European peoples European Union Treaty.
3.Democracy: Eliminating the practice, according to which the laws in the European Union are created with directives drawn up by irresponsible and unelected government officials. All laws in the European Union should be adopted only by the national or European Parliaments.
4.Responsibility: Every person in the European Union with authority to decide on the laws should be elected by the citizens and should be responsible to them.
5.Transparency: If there are no essential reasons to the contrary, all laws should be drawn up in public.
6.Full division of powers on national and European level and their democratic eligibility.
7.Adequate distribution of power in the European Union between the European and national level.
8.Expansion and ensuring the individual freedom and human rights.
9.Expansion and ensuring the freedom of social, political and spiritual life, ideas and exchange of information.
10.Increasing direct democracy and the possibilities of every citizen for political participation on European and national levels.
11.Expansion of the freedom of economic initiative and ensuring free competition.
12.Transparent management and effective utilization of EU funds.
NATIONAL POLICY OBJECTIVES
1.Conversion of Bulgaria into a normal democratic European country by putting Bulgarian policies in the context of the European political process.
2.Demafiotization and demonopolization of the national economy.
3.Creating and ensuring free and safe social environment.
4.Policy of a very rapid real growth and modernization of the economy, science, culture and lifestyle.
5.Overcoming the polarization and rapid growth of the real income of Bulgarian citizens, so as to reach and surpass the average European Union levels in a very short time.
1.Free open market. Absolutely free competition and unlimited private initiative.
2.Elimination of state intervention in personal and private relationships between citizens.
3. Strong state protection of freedom of individual will from any coercion.
4.Elimination of all administrative oligopolistic and monopolistic market conditions. Non-admission of administrative implementation of national or regional monopolies and oligopolies.
5.State property, open and direct government of the financial infrastructure, natural monopolies (electricity and water supply), public infrastructure, mineral resources, coastal beaches, roads, water, forests and parks of national importance, natural and archaeological reserves. Prevention of concessions and privatization of usage.
6.Transparent government control over the oligopolies (heating, gas supply), direct majority electivity of the state control commission.
7.Absolute freedom and unlimited private initiative for competitive markets (shops, restaurants, workshops, factories). Elimination of all licensing, permit and registration schemes for business in competitive markets with increased responsibility for actually occurring adverse effects of activities.
8.Guarantees for free private initiative and free competition. Prohibition for public authorities and municipalities to intervene and restrict directly or indirectly free competition, regardless of reason.
9.Full integration of Bulgaria into the world economy and international division of labour by encouraging and active government activities and direct investment in the creation of comparative advantages of Bulgaria's high-tech clean production.
10.Active state investment policy. Direct government investment in establishing competitive high-tech ecological products with high added value.
11.Policy of encouraging the increase in real consumption. Purposeful and according to the consumer's basket stimulating of demand through outrunning growth of budgetary salaries and pensions synchronously with the growth of resources and the economic potential for the growth of supply and non-inflationary abreaction.
12.Great enlargement of the functions and powers of the Protection of Competition Commission. Drastic elimination and prosecution of mafiotic and cartel agreements.
13.Active support by the Bulgarian embassies and consular offices abroad for establishing business contacts and enlargement of trade with all countries in the world.
1.Macroeconomic policies for maintenance of stimulatingly real product growth balance between money in circulation and available on the market and potential goods and services, accounting and neutralizing the disbalancing impact on real money in circulation of the different utmost tendencies to savings and market situation.
2.Maintaining controlled and limited to supporting and balancing money in circulation levels of inflation.
3.A policy of targeted budget deficit, without an impact on inflation, for financing government projects of guaranteed short-term return up to 6 months (money without cover create their cover before being absorbed by the level of prices).
4.Reserving the currency board and fixed exchange rate of BGN to Euro.
5.Inclusion of Bulgaria in the European Monetary Union and the transition to the euro, provided and then, when create a single budget of the eurozone countries, including monetary redistribution, through unconditional subsidies by the more powerful to on-weak economies, so that it does not form imbalances as a result of different economic development and trade balance.
1.Preservation of a redistribution of the gross domestic product at the level around 40%.
2.Establishing and of the tax conditions and mechanisms for the full by the economy without disturbances.
3.Simplified and fiscal rationality of the tax system, centered on indirect taxation.
4.Progressive scale of direct taxes on income and profits high tax-free threshold.
5. Progressive tax with high tax-free threshold for taxation of real property.
6.Elimination of mandatory health insurance tax. Health Financing a new targeted indirect tax on sales up 5%.
7.Elimination of mandatory pension insurance tax. Funding pensions a new targeted indirect tax on sales of 10%.
8.Strongly limitation of tax evasion, tax fraud, кухите turnovers and brain of VAT, through the introduction of a control recoverable addition to VAT, which to recover fully and in the final customer, where the payment was made with the credit or debit card.
1.Realistic and peaceful foreign policy, emanating from the national interests of Bulgaria and the affiliation to the European Union.
2.Development of a mutually beneficial bilateral and multilateral unprejudiced cooperation with all countries in the world.
3.Increased attention to the protection of the rights, interests and dignity of the Bulgarian citizens abroad, as well as the ethnic Bulgarian Diaspora, markets and investments.
NATIONAL DEFENSE AND EMERGENCY
1.Advanced professional army, established and functioning as an integral part of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization defence system and the Defence Community.
2.Making full use of resources by pooling potential defense potential emergency situations following natural disasters, fires, accidents and catastrophes.
3.Creation of Civil Guard from volunteers for emergency situations and actions in terms of defense of the country.
1.Priority to building a free and safe living and business environment.
2.Eradication of organized crime. Severely restricting of everyday crime.
3.Eradicate corruption. Increasing the penalties for corruption. Decriminalization of giving bribes. Creation of special undercover units for challenge to corruption.
4.Re-building of the legislation in order to eliminate apparent criminal factors and effective fight against crime.
5.Clear legislative distinction between criminal offence and civil-legal relations. Decriminalization of civil-legal relations.
6.High technological, material and personnel security of the security services.
7.Eliminating the material need of corruptive dependence on criminality.
8.State insurance of adequate high pay and all material and social conditions for well-being of the policeman and his family.
1.Universal, high quality and free education for everybody and in all educational levels and types of education.
2.Elimination of the material obstacles to universal access to quality education of all levels with the help of sufficient individual financial support for the students (scholarships).
3.Differentiation of teaching from evaluation.
4.A system of independent objective extraneous assessment of the students' knowledge. Teachers' and lecturers' pay according to the objective extraneous assessment of the result of their work on the basis of the students' knowledge.
5.Consolidation and development of the state universal education system.
6.Uniform principle of government funding through the students of schools and departments. Funding system, depending on the number and success of the students (each student receives a sum according to his extraneously estimated success).
7.Immediate full computerization and Internet connection in all state and municipal schools. Replacement of paper textbooks by electronic textbooks and upload of the entire educational content on the Internet.
8.Strong protection of the secular, scientific, objective and unbiased factual and analytical nature of education. Avoidance of one-sided ideologization, politicization and intentional distortion of facts and events in the course content.
1.Establishing conditions for accelerated development, comprehensive promotion, accessibility and utilization of the scientific achievements. Limiting the scope and duration of copyright, patent and related rights.
2.Complete freedom of science and in science. Pluralism of the forms of its organization.
3.Full autonomy and pluralism of the organization and the initiative of scientific units. Independence of criteria, personnel, personnel selection, internal organization, degrees and titles of each research unit.
4.Systematic maintenance, actualization and accelerated development of an adequate state financial, informational, organizational and financial basis of science.
5.State planning and direct government investment in the development of science, as well as free private initiative and competition.
6.Government funding of research by a uniform systematic, competitive and project basis, regardless of the form of organization and ownership.
7.Tax exemption for the creation and sale of works of science.
8.Stimulating private investment in research and the development of applied science by state purchase of patents of new inventions and their free use and development by all citizens, as well as tax exemption for a period of ten years of the implementation of the result of the use of a new invention.
1.Free private initiative and competition in culture.
2.Complete freedom of culture and non-interference of the State in its content.
3.Establishing normative and material conditions for full accessibility to the achievements of culture and their development. Limiting the scope and duration of copyright and related rights.
4.Tax exemption for the creation and sale of works of art and culture.
5.Increased attention to the protection and promotion of national heritage as part of the world cultural heritage.
6.Avoidance of the imanyarstvo and the destruction of historical information and values by a legal admission of private initiative in archaeology, museums and collections.
7.Establishing state-funded cultural spaces for free expression. Renovation, expansion and free access to state and municipal cultural facilities for cultural events.
1.Complete freedom, openness and accessibility of public information.
2.Creating normative and material conditions to avoid censorship, total access to public information, scientific knowledge and cultural achievements of mankind and their free use.
3.Free competition and private initiative in the creation and dissemination of information.
4.Tax exemption of information, informative carriers and technical devices, as well as all types of printed and electronic media.
1.Free labour market.
2.Freedom to forms and terms of negotiation between worker and employer.
3.Freedom of trade union association and activity.
4.Providing long-term employment to the working population and diminution of the unemployment to its natural level by state, municipal and private projects and direct government investment in the development of the economy.
1.Remove the current pension system and its replacement with a stable pension system without risks, resting on two pillars:
a) main (social) pillar - provided by the state pension for all elderly or disabled citizens, sufficient for normal physical existence, obtained according to age, health and material needs, financed from the state budget from indirect taxes;
b) Additional (market) pillar - a totally voluntary second pension based on funds accumulation pluralist model in competitive environment. Only voluntary insurance principle in pensions.
2.Elimination of direct taxes called "compulsory insurance".
3.Cancellation increases the retirement age. Dropping the requirement for spent years of service to retire.
4.Transformation of National Social Security Institute into a state property pension fund, where, except those who have elected to insure there, the state insures on its own account civil servants, army, police, unemployed and all who receive wages or personal income from the state budget.
Use of the National Social Security Institute as a major public fund investment policies for development and modernization of the country.
5.Stability and independence of pension funds from the market situation, through investment of the funds raised solely in the ownership and development of production facilities in agriculture, food and textiles, pharmaceuticals and energy, so at worst market situation to be in able to provide in-kind (food, clothing, medicines, lighting and heating) of insured pensions.
1.Principle of insurance in social risks.
2.Freedom of choice and multiple alternatives for everyone. Creating many government consulting and training centres and projects.
3.Government risk-guarantee and credit fund for investment crediting the starting, small and medium businesses of easy and minimally formalized accessibility and securing the credits by only purchased with them assets.
4.Eradication of poverty and unemployment with the help of Second Loop of the Market Program for backup jobs at times of unemployment. Its essence is that the State creates opportunities, organizational and material conditions for the unemployed to produce for their consumption and exchange among themselves, while trying to integrate into the "first" loop on the open market.
5.Modernization and expansion of the social infrastructure and care. Renovation and construction of a sufficient number of modern social institutions (for children, old people, homeless and ownerless people, etc.).
1.Fully universal, affordable, quality and free health care for all citizens without exception.
2.Unfolded a centralized public health system based on the principle of maintenance and not the activity fully and directly funded by the state budget.
3.Building and technical upgrading and staffing of health.
4.Worthy pay and working conditions of doctors and medical personnel, so be terminated emigration abroad.
CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE
1.Freedom and guaranteeing human rights and dignity for children.
2.Unconditional observance of the constitutional principle of the rights and responsibility for the upbringing and education of children as a right and obligation of their parents.
3.Abolition of children's allowances and their transformation into grants for providing nourishing and varied all-day free meals to all children in kindergarten and school.
4.Flexibility with respect to the right of state-paid maternity leave. Freedom to determine the period within an overall of 4 years for all births per woman.
5.Removal of totalitarian legislative approaches.
6.Increased public attention to street children and orphans.
7.No child left to live at railway stations. Immediate deprivation of parental rights of parents who have abandoned their children or sent them to steal, beg and prostitute.
8.No child outside the school or hungry, with no textbooks or notebooks.
9.Long-term government interest-free loans for young families to purchase and furnish a new home. Facilitated credit opportunities to start an own business.
10.Preferential ensuring of state scholarships and own homes for orphans, at cost price by a long-term interest-free government loan.
1.Protection of the cleanliness of environment and water. Categorical prohibition on the admission of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) into the environment.
2.Tax incentives to clean productions and pollution burdens.
3.Stimulating the introduction of new highly efficient and environmentally friendly technologies.
4.Construction of modern factories and facilities for processing organic waste and production of fuels and green energy.
5.Increasing and diversification of green zones in urban areas. Ensuring good environment inside and outside cities and towns.
1.Accelerated construction and modernization of the transport infrastructure by effective use of public investment funds and instruments of accession of the European Union, as well as crediting from the target budget deficit.
2.Fast update and modernization of the communication infrastructure by free private entrepreneurial initiative and competition.
3.Freedom in construction. Elimination of cumbersome procedures and increased responsibility for actually occurring adverse effects of poor design and implementation.
4.Stimulating the renewal and modernization of buildings and urban infrastructure.
5.Promoting personal initiative for construction of their own energy independent family dwellings, from modern cheap of light composite materials. Free provision of permanent right of construction and use of state and municipal land. for such construction. Create a real possibility of every Bulgarian family to build their own home, regardless of their income.
1.State owned electricity transmission and distribution network. Substantial public investments in infrastructure renewal and modernization.
2.Liberalization of the energy market. Direct negotiations between the power plants and end customers in a competitive environment.
3.Accelerated construction of new nuclear facilities. Completing the construction of the NPP "Belene".
4.Government investment in research and production of renewable and unlimited energy.
5.Overcoming oil dependence. Promote the development, production and use of electric cars.
6.Accelerated development of energy efficiency. Promote the development and implementation saving technologies in industry and households.
7.Encourage the construction of individual homes and other buildings, prodused alone all their energy from renewable and unlimited energy.
8.Revision of concessions. Rational, efficient and environmentally sound use of land and natural resources.
1.Development of biological and ecological agriculture based the natural fertility of the Bulgarian land.
2.Policy of accelerated modernization and sustainable development of agriculture and rural areas.
Improving the living conditions in rural areas and their alignment with those in other Member States of the European Union.
3.Substantial increase of the income of farmers as a result of demutrization and demonopolization of the purchase of agricultural products and protection of free competition.
4.Construction of an information system for coordination and planning of agricultural production.
5.Promotion and protection of sales cooperation between small producers and futures contracting for purchase of agricultural production. Demutrization of the existing and construction of enough markets for agricultural products.
6.Support for farmers to absorb EU funds with information and consultation centres.
7.Measures to increase the competitiveness of Bulgarian agricultural products. Stimulating modern energy saving and environmental technologies for the production of high quality products.
8.Development of information services in agriculture and offering technological, economic, legal and specialized information, design, production support of all structures in agribusiness.
9.Development of agrarian science and education through research, implementation of new technologies, European standardized training programs and training of agricultural specialists.
1.Promotion of international cultural tourism by the creation and maintenance of necessary infrastructure.
2.Bulgarian embassies and consular offices work for establishing contacts and improving the marketing and advertising of Bulgarian tourism for attracting more tourists from more countries, including visa facilitation, customs and border formalities.
1.Full public transparency, expedience and appropriate motivation of the structure and activities of the administration.
2.Specific, clear and feasible standards of state and municipal administration with clearly defined functions and responsibilities of each official, as well as application of technical means for anticorruption control.
3.Immediate, compulsory and complete application of information technologies in the mechanism of functioning of the administration and construction of an "electronic government".
4.Stability of the administration. Inadmissibility of arbitrary political appointments and dismissals.
5.Authenticity, openness and publicity of all competitions and personnel procedures and possibility for all persons concerned and citizens to attend and ask questions.
6.Open public process for the selection of mandatory administrative personnel management in the state and municipal administration.
7.Avoidance of the material need of corrupt practices.
8.The state guarantees the state employee and his family a decent and adequate pay and all material conditions for normal existence.
1.Unconditional respect to the separation of powers, the independence of judiciary and the rule of law.
2.The court - a single body for resolving disputes.
3.Rapid and of principle effective judiciary, independent and incorrupt of political, economic and other impacts.
4.Increasing the capacity and speed of operation of the judicial system. Increasing the efficiency, quality and professionalism of the employees in the judiciary.
5.Change of the position and competence of the jurors, aimed at making them a part of the actual case, and the judge on the legal side.
6.Modernizing the organization and equipment of the judicial system.
7.Providing equal opportunities for access to justice of every citizen. Abolition of the judicial charges.
8.Systems of interest lending and state subsidies and of accepting the lawyers' fees and legal expenses.
9.Removal of the material need of the magistrates for corruption in the judiciary.
10.Providing state adequate pay and decent material conditions of well-being for judges, prosecutors and investigators and their families.
1.Adoption of an entirely new Constitution, guaranteeing full and unconditional sovereignty and full extent of the freedom of will of the individual, limited only by the same rights of others, full freedom of social, political and spiritual life, of ideas and exchange of information, complete and unconditional freedom of business and initiative, free market and free competition, free and secure social environment without corruption and crime, respect for the rights and obligations of all citizens, the Constitution and the laws, regardless of the position they occupy, race, nationality, ethnicity, gender, origin, religion, education, belief, political affiliation, personal or social status or property status.
2.Unconditional recognition, observance and enforcement of the principle that all state power stems directly from the people and belongs to the people. Direct majority electivity and real division of powers.
3.Republic with a broad direct democracy, complete division, equivalence, balance and mutual control of the authorities. Abolition of ceremonial duties.
4.Direct majority electivity of four-year term mandate of the head executive. He proposes the ministers separately and personally for approval by the Parliament. The Parliament might vote a vote of non-confidence of an individual Minister, but not the government as a whole. The head executive is liable to impeachment.
5.Stability and change in government by renewal of half of the Parliament every two years in four-year mandate. The Parliament may not be dissolved or self-dissolved.