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Kancho Stoychev, sociologist: The second no-confidence vote will draw attention to security for citizens and may lead to improvement

Kancho Stoychev, sociologist: The second no-confidence vote will draw attention to security for citizens and may lead to improvement

14 June 2018 | 12:08 | FOCUS News Agency
Sofia. The second no-confidence vote initiated by BSP is beneficial because it will draw attention to the issue of citizens’ security and should lead to improvement, sociologist Kancho Stoychev told Focus Radio this morning. He said it was too early to say who would support the move against the Borissov 3 cabinet. In his opinion, BSP is seeking to be an active opposition that defends the public interest. He said that BSP MP Filip Popov was right to say that the ruling majority might overcome BSP’s no-confidence vote but not the mistrust among Bulgarians. Although the motion seems unlikely to succeed, Bulgarians are strongly dissatisfied with the work of the interior ministry, Kancho Stoychev said. According to him, the government has to take more radical measures after the recent incident.
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