BSP to table vote of no confidence on January 17

BSP to table vote of no confidence on January 17

The opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) will table its vote of no confidence in Prime Minister Boiko Borissov’s coalition government on January 17, basing the vote on the issue of corruption, BSP leader Kornelia Ninova said at Parliament’s first sitting for 2018.

The BSP will not be tabling the motion in tandem with the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF), Parliament’s fourth-largest party, after MRF founder and honorary chairman Ahmed Dogan said that no opposition party was ready to take over the government of the country.

Reportedly, however, the MRF will support the vote of no confidence, which most observers see as unlikely to gain enough votes to succeed.../IBNA

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