Bulgaria socialist party BSP eyes non-confidence motion.

By bne IntelliNews January 26, 2012
Opposition socialist party BSP will start consultations to launch non-confidence move against the government with respect to national security issues, Dnevnik Daily reported. The decision has been taken after interior minister Tsvetan Tsvetanov spoke before the parliament regarding the violence of the police during operations. Rightist DSB, ethnic MRF and BSP expressed dissatisfaction with the measures taken by Tsvetanov to respond to human rights violation during police operations and asked PM Boyko Borisov to handle the issues himself. The opposition has initiated three non-confidence moves against the minority government of centre-right CEDB on the following topics: failure of the healthcare policy, failure of the anti-crisis policy and failure of interior minister Tsvetanov. All three initiatives were unsuccessful.

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