Bulgaria’s ruling party GERB has announced it is taking actions to change the location of the plenary meetings of the Parliament.

The co-Chair of GERB, Krasimir Velchev, and the Secretary General of the National Assembly, Ivan Slavchov, have said they will form a working group for discussing the moving of the plenary meetings to the building at Sofia’s Alexander I square.

The working group will include architects, engineers and representatives of all the parliamentary groups, and the current building of the National Assembly will become an art gallery, Velchev and Slavchov told the Bulgarian Darik Radio Wednesday.