Bulgaria’s Prime Minister indicates near-term changes in the Government after anti-government protests continue
Source: Dnevnik; FFBH
After the seventh day of the anti-government protests Bulgaria’s Prime Minister Boyko Borissov announced that changes in the Government could be made but not before the Parliament resolution on the confidence vote, entered by the opposition party BSP on Jul 15.
Earlier, the PM demanded the resignations of the Minister of Finance Vladislav Goranov, the Minister of Interior Mladen Marinov and the Minister of Economy Emil Karanikolov, because of suspicions about dependencies of these ministers from opposition party MRF (Movement for Rights and Freedoms). After the latest news these resignations should be put on hold.
Please, recall that next regular Parliament elections should be held in Mar 2021.