"Corruption is a chronic disease in this country", Tomislav Donchev admitted during the Parliamentary debates on the no-confidence motion against the government.
“"The problem is that we got used to living with corruption. Bulgarian society and the state must gather all its strength in order to put an end to this chronic disease, whatever it takes. But we must keep in mind that corruption cannot be fought with words or protesters, but with institutions and laws”, continued Donchev.
In his opinion Bulgarian institutions and laws are similar to those in the most developed European countries, as some of the texts are copied word by word. Anyway, Bulgaria has not yet succeeded in extirpating that phenomenon.
"Restart of the democracy will lead us through ochlocracy. Are we supposed to resign? The government will remain in office as long as it can implement useful policies, as long as that makes sense, as long as we keep our connection to the people”, continued Donchev.