Bulgarian Opposition Submits New No-Confidence Motion
Bulgaria's opposition GERB party submitted a no-confidence motion against the government's regional development and investment policies.
This is the third no-confidence motion against PM Plamen Oresharski's Socialist-led cabinet in recent weeks. The first one was not voted due to a lack of Parliament quorum, while the second one was rejected.
The former Parliament spokesperson and current GERB MP, Tsetska Tsacheva submitted the motion to the National Assembly registry Thursday morning.
The GERB officials called for the Parliament to organize a sensible discussion on the topic during the next week, where the opposition's arguments can be heard.
- » Disciplinary Dismissal of Ex Sofia City Prosecutor Upheld
- » Tsacheva Becomes Vice-Chair of Bulgaria's GERB MP Group
- » Bulgaria's Nationalist Chief on Shaky Grounds over Lavish Trips
- » Bulgarian Socialist Party Submits Draft Election Code
- » Bulgarian Town’s Municipal Bank Accounts Frozen
- » Bulgarian Parliament to Discuss Smoking Ban Amendments