After the fall of the pro-Western government in Bulgaria at the end of June, President Rumen Radev appointed an interim cabinet. The government, which was put together by the head of state from experts and included Prime Minister Galab Donev, took the oath of office on Tuesday. It will govern the EU country until the formation of a regular government after the early parliamentary elections on October 2. The previous liberal-socialist coalition led by the head of government, Kiril Petkov, was toppled by a vote of no confidence after just over half a year.
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