Sofia, Bulgaria: Results of a recent survey say that at least 58% of Bulgarians are not in favour of conducting elections once again. All of them instead believe that the government must be constituted from within the current parliament.
The survey was conducted from June 23 to 25 by the Gallup International Balkan agency.
The findings further state that 41.6% of Bulgarians believe that the Kiril Petkov led-administration was overthrown in a backstage coup by the mafia. Nearly 58% of the citizens of the European country do not agree with the aforementioned statement.
Former Prime Minister Kiril Petkov with his Cabinet members, submitted their resignation yesterday, June 27, after being failed to show a majority in the national assembly, therefore, failing to withstand the no-confidence motion.
Meanwhile, around 20% of the people living in Bulgaria have an affirmed belief that Russia is responsible for the downfall of the government. On the other end, 59.2% of Bulgarians consider the current political turmoil situation in the country a serious challenge which will hinder the growth and development of the Balkan state.
Still, there are 40.3% of Bulgarians who wants that Petkov’s WCC- We Continue the Change should once again form the government, whereas only 18.2% favour the government to be formed by the GERB party.
Petkov’s WCC requires the support of six deputies from parties outside the ruling coalition; only then it will be able to form the government again.
Speaking recently, the Ministers of the WCC party noted that Kiril Petkov would remain their priority to be elected as the Prime Minister of the European country.