The newly elected People’s Assembly of Bulgaria has accepted the resignation of the country’s government, which is headed by Prime Minister Boyko Borisov.
156 out of 240 people voted for the resignation of the current government of Bulgaria. According to the Constitution of the country, the government headed by Borisov will continue its work until a new cabinet of ministers is elected in Bulgaria.
Earlier it became known that Boyko Borisov will not nominate himself for the post of head of the Cabinet of the Minister of Bulgaria following the results of the parliamentary elections held in the country. Representatives of the ruling party Citizens for the European Development of Bulgaria (GERB) intend to nominate ex-Foreign Minister Daniel Mitov as a candidate for this post.Google announces readiness to work in the legal field of Russian Federation