Bulgaria’s ruling coalition gov’t fails to secure confidence vote

SOFIA, Bulgaria

Bulgaria’s ruling coalition government failed to secure a confidence vote in parliament on Wednesday. 

Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov’s tripartite minority government failed to receive the vote of confidence in the parliament at the request of the opposition.

A total of 239 lawmakers from the 240-member parliament participated in the voting, with 123 votes against and 116 in favor.

On June 8, a no-confidence motion filed by the There Is…

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