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Bulgarian society polarized after no-confidence vote in government

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48.1% of Bulgarians approve of the removal of the current government, 50.5% are dissatisfied, a national Gallup International poll on June 25 shows.


35.3% see the change of government as a chance to elect a more stable government in the autumn. 59.2% believe that new elections are a problem for the country. 57.9% hope the current parliament will form a new government. 40.3% expect it to be a government of the "We Continue the Change" party. 40.6% want new parliamentary elections.

Over 65% agree that the government is only to blame for its disintegration. 1/3 believe that there was a coup against the government.

59.5% of the respondents are not satisfied with the French proposal approved by the parliament for lifting the Bulgarian veto for the start of the acesstion negotiations of North Macedonia with the EU.



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