Bulgaria: A Motion of No Confidence in PM Borisov's Coalition Government

The parliamentary group of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) submitted the vote of no confidence to the government regarding the failure in the Security Sector. Signatures under the motives deputed by Socialist spokesman Elena Yoncheva are exactly 80 as the number of people in their parliamentary group.

The Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF) parliamentary group will support the vote of no confidence. This was announced by Deputy Head Yordan Tsonev. "We have proposed this topic back in January. We have a broad interpretation of national security, which is undermined by the involvement of nationalists in the government, and this cabinet and this coalition are damaging to Bulgaria," he said.

The vote of no confidence will be voted next week by the National Assembly. Meanwhile, at second reading, the Parliament adopted amendments to the law on the Ministry of Interior Affairs, which state that: "Civil servants who have been terminated by their request and up to 3 months have been appointed as civil servants in the security services, or for other institutions, will not reimburse the maintenance and training money for the period in which they were trained. "

Petya Petrova

Petya Petrova is a journalist, believer, and traveler.

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