Bulgaria's Parliament Rejects 2nd No-Confidence Vote
The second no-confidence vote against Bulgaria's socialist-led coalition government has been rejected, with 118 votes against, 93 votes for, and 20 abstainees.
The no-confidence motion was initiated by the opposition center-right GERB party, over the failed infrastructure and regional development policies of the government.
The first no-confidence vote, over the government's investment policies, was rejected on October 2.
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