Bulgaria’s Government Survives Third No-Confidence Vote this Year

The centre-right cabinet  of Prime Minister Borissov today predictably survived the third no-confidence vote this year.

Prime Minister Boyko Borisov survived another no-confidence vote today, submitted by the opposition over its alleged failure in the country’s internal affairs and aspirations for Schengen accession. A total of 143 members of parliament voted against the motion, 91 supported it, while 1 abstained. The government was supported by Ataka nationalist party and independent Members of Parliament.

(Sources: Middle East & Balkans News own research, 26 July 2011)



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