Bulgaria’s new prime minister Boiko Borisov has been voted in by parliament and has promised immediate reforms to grow the economy and bring in investment.
Borisov was prime minister between 2009 and February 2013, when he stepped down after nationwide protests.
His centre-right GERB party, which won elections a month ago, had to strike a deal with five parties to form a government – the fifth the country has seen in under two years.
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