MRF to support no-confidence vote with own arguments11 January 2018 | 13:33 | FOCUS News Agency
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Sofia. The MPs of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) will propose the no-confidence vote against the Borisov 3 government alone, not in alliance with the Movement for Rights and Freedoms (MRF), BSP leader Kornelia Ninova told reporters in the Parliament, quoted by FOCUS News Agency. The proposal will be filed on January 17. The subject remains the failure in the fight against corruption. It is up to MRF to support or not BSP during the vote, Ninova said. BSP disagees with MRF's opinion that no opposition party is ready to govern the country and with their call to safeguard stability and security. “I agree in principle that Bulgaria needs security and stability, but for us the main generator of insecurity is the government of Boyko Borisov. The developments of the last weeks prove it. We do not think stability exists in any system,” she said.Open in new tab