Elections in Bulgaria
The Bulgarian parliament will vote on the first censure motion against the second government of Boyko Borsiov on Friday.
The opposition will subject the government to a vote of no confidence for its failure in its healthcare policy.
The censure motion is expected to be unsuccessful as the opposition parties will not garner the support of 121 MPs.
Nikolay Barekov, a journalist-turned-politician and currently MEP, is leaving the leadership structures of the Bulgaria without Censorship coalition he created last year.
Barekov sent out a press statement on Monday arguing the coalition has served its goal, which was to perform successfully at the October 5 early elections, has virtually ceased to exist since the vote was held.
As expected, the left-nationalist party Ataka refused to have government consultations with the centre-right GERB.
According to the party leader Volen Siderov, the Ataka representatives tried to contact the GERB with a demand for live television broadcast of the negotiations, but did not receive an official response and cancelled the consultations.