Bulgarian Parliament to Discuss Cabinet's Program Next Week
Bulgaria’s PM Plamen Oresharski will lay on the table cabinet’s policy platform at a parliamentary sitting that week, Parliament Speaker Mihail Mikov announced on Wenesday.
The Bulgarian Parliament will talk over and possibly accept the Socialist-led cabinet’s ruling program proposed on August 1st and a revised national priorities declaration after reviewing a report of the government’s first 100 days in office.
Initiated by Kornelia Nanova, a BSP MP, a discussion on the policy program will be held on Friday, possibly implementing it in the cabinet’s mandate.
An item on the parliamentary agenda would be a declaration outlining the national priorities revised by the ruling Socialist party and the liberal Movement for Rights and Freedoms .The ruling parties have set the demographic policy, education and health as key areas.
The formerly ruling center-right GERB party has announced that it will not support the outlined priority policies’ act and that it will make the motion for no-confidence vote against the government on Thursday.
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