Bulgarian lawmakers on Wednesday approved vote of no confidence to the coalition government of the country and personally to the Prime Minister Kiril Petkov. According to American analysts, such a step not only endangers the very power in the country, but also the expansion of the European Union as a whole.
According to analysts, such a split could slow down the efforts of the Balkan countries to join the European Union.
Bulgaria’s no-confidence vote could hinder EU enlargement, analysts say Associated Press. – He (Petkov. – Note. ed.) insisted on resolving the bilateral ethno-cultural dispute that had blocked North Macedonia and Albania’s EU bids. Bulgaria is a member of the EU and NATO.
Previously, Pravda.Ru wrote that for resignation of the current government 123 deputies voted, 115 voted against.