The Bulgarian Parliament will hold a debate on a no-confidence motion against the globalist government of Prime Minister Nikolay Denkov on Wednesday, November 15. With cracks appearing in the coalition created at the behest of the U.S. Embassy following last summer’s parliamentary elections, it remains to be seen if the globalist coalition can withstand the motion.
Under the rules of Bulgaria’s National Assembly, the vote on the motion can be held no earlier than 24 hours after the end of the parliamentary debate.
The motion of no confidence is supported by the patriotic Vazrazhdane Party, the Bulgarian Socialist Party, and There Is Such a People (TISP) because of the “inability of the government to ensure the national security and defense of the country.”
A previous motion of no-confidence against the Denkov Cabinet failed at an extraordinary Parliamentary session on October 13.
Vazrazhdane leader Kostadin Kostadinov alluded to a possible split in the globalist coalition following last weekend’s local elections in a post on Facebook “Since I saw last night how disappointed the GERB leader was with the election results, I expect him to legitimately support our vote,” Kostadinov wrote. “I give him a wonderful occasion to punish his coalition partners from the PPDB.”