Bulgarian government unstable again

The Brussels Times

Belgium, (Brussels Morning Newspaper) The Bulgarian government is unstable again as the administration headed by Prime Minister Kiril Petkov faces a vote of no confidence.

The vote on Wednesday threatens to topple the four-party coalition government that took office about six months ago, according to Reuters reporting.

Petkov’s government pledged to crack down on corruption and took a hardline stance on Russia, but started to fall apart earlier this month over disagreements on North Macedonia and budget spending.

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