SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP) – Bulgarian lawmakers on Tuesday began debating a motion of no confidence in the minority government, on the eve of a vote that could oust centrist Prime Minister Kiril Petkov, who was elected just months ago on a promise that the fight corruption.
Parliament is due to vote on Wednesday on a proposal tabled last week by the centre-right opposition party GERB on the government’s handling of public finances and economic policy in the face of soaring inflation.
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