Petkov’s cabinet, after its resignation, left to the applause of thousands of citizens gathered tonight in front of the National Assembly building, and meanwhile corruption is returning to Bulgaria.

According to bourgas.ru, Petkov’s cabinet, after its resignation, left to the applause of thousands of citizens who gathered tonight in front of the National Assembly building, while corruption is returning to Bulgaria.

123 deputies supported the vote of no confidence, which for the first time overthrew the Bulgarian government through this parliamentary procedure.

In his first words after the vote, Kirill Petkov said it was a great honor for him to lead the government overthrown by pro-Russian forces in Bulgaria.

As for the mandate to form a new Council of Ministers, which will be given to this political force, Continue Promyanata, Petkov said that they are ready to propose the same government in the main composition, Petkov added.

He, along with ministers and MPs from the PP, came out in front of the parliament building and greeted the people who filled the square to express their support.

Note that when the vote of no confidence took place, the crowd chanted “mafia out.” When Petkov, Vasiliev, Ninova and other members of the cabinet came out in front of the main entrance to the National Assembly, the crowd applauded them.

We are here for the long game and will be here until we defend an independent parliament,” Kirill Petkov said.

He announced that the PP will send an official letter to the ITN MPs asking them to support them in a future cabinet within the 47th National Assembly. If there are no applicants, elections will be held in Bulgaria,” Petkov said.

To know that there will be no increase in pensions, there will be no tax breaks for young families, and the new quadruple coalition is to blame for this,” Kornelia Ninova commented after the vote.

Today, those who do not want changes in Bulgaria have definitely won. We want change, we want to put our country and economy in order. For me, the most important thing is to develop Bulgaria correctly. If there is someone who will replace me in the ministry, I will return to the university, this is my place,” Nikolai Denkov said.

In his first comment, already retired Interior Minister Boyko Rashkov stated that “those who plundered the country in 10-12 years, where they ended up, like African locusts, grouped around Judas.”

Rashkov said that there was no protest more calm than the protest in front of the National Assembly building.

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