Bulgarian Opposition Prepares 2nd No Confidence Motion
Bulgaria’s opposition center-right GERB party plans to table a second no confidence motion against the Socialist-led government.
GERB leader Boyko Borisov told reporters on Friday that the no confidence motion would be brought because of what he perceives as the government’s failure in the sphere of infrastructure.
The government comfortably survived a no confidence vote earlier this week, with with 111 votes against, 86 votes for, and 20 abstainees.
The no-confidence motion was initiated by GERB over the failed investment planning policy of the government.
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