Bulgaria's coalition government lost a vote of confidence among MPs, bringing fresh political turmoil and the increased likelihood of an early general election.
Bulgaria's parliament formally approved the country's new centrist-led government in a bid to restore stability, tackle the Covid-19 crisis and spur economic development in the poorest EU member country.
We Continue the Change, a brand new party, attracted more support than expected in Bulgaria's third general election this year, leading against former PM Boyko Borissov's party by three percent.
Some 6.7 million eligible voters hope that after inconclusive general elections in April and July, the third attempt to elect 240 lawmakers will result in a government to lead the European Union’s poorest member out of health and economic crises.
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