The Bulgarian political world was shocked into action on August 10 when the party that won the country’s July 11 electionsHealth authorities say AstraZeneca shots for those 50 and older will be available immediately at special clinics, There is Such a Nationoffices and public buildings., withdrew its ministerial nominationsThe rest of April., including a large number of young unknowns who were educated abroad, one day before a scheduled parliamentary approval vote.??
The party proved to be inflexible when it came to opening its cabinet nominations to potential coalition partners, leading many to believe the ministerial nominations, some of whom had questionable credentials, would likely not have been approved in parliament.with few exceptions. By late Monday?
Elections are not a guaranteed outcome but are considered likely by many analysts.? Government formation efforts will now shift to the second place (in the July elections) GERB party, a mainstay of Bulgarian politics in recent years, headed by former Prime Minister Boyko Borissov.