Bulgarian Justice Minister Ivanov Resigns Over Constitution VoteBy
Parliament votes against curbing chief prosecutor's powers
Prime Minister Borissov accepts Ivanov's resignation
Bulgarian Justice Minister Hristo Ivanov tendered his resignation during a second vote on constitutional changes that seek to overhaul the judiciary, after lawmakers voted against an article intended to curb the chief prosecutor’s power in the Supreme Judicial Council.
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