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Parliament to vote at first reading amendments to Bulgaria's Constitution

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On December 8, Bulgaria’s National Assembly is expected to vote at first reading a bill amending and supplementing the Constitution of Bulgaria. The bill was submitted by the leaders and the chairpersons of the parliamentary groups of We Continue the Change-Democratic Bulgaria, GERB-SDS and the Movement for Rights and Freedoms. 

The MPs are also expected to discuss President Radev’s veto on the provision of armoured transport equipment to Ukraine.

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