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The ninety-third Cabinet of Bulgaria took office on May 4, 2017. It was a coalition government that was chaired by Boyko Borisov. The government was formed after the Borisov's party, GERB, won the 2017 parliamentary election. However, GERB won only 95 out of 240 seats in the National Assembly and therefore needed to form a coalition in order to govern.
|Third Borisov Government|
93rd Cabinet of Bulgaria
|Date formed||4 May 2017|
|Date dissolved||12 May 2021|
|People and organisations|
|Head of state||Rumen Radev|
|Head of government||Boyko Borisov|
|Member parties||GERB, United Patriots|
|Status in legislature||Minority Coalition Government|
|Legislature term(s)||44th National Assembly|
|Incoming formation||Government formation|
On 16 April 2021, the 45th National Assembly voted for his resignation with 156 votes in favor, 75 against and 9 abstentions. The government resigned and continued to serve until a new cabinet was appointed.
On 12 May 2021, the Government was dissolved.
The third Bulgarian Council of Ministers of Bulgaria chaired by Boyko Metodiev Borisov has been voted in by 235 members of the Bulgarian Parliament (of them 134 in favor and 101 against, out of a total of 240 MPs) and sworn into term on May 4, 2017. The government was formed by the GERB Party and the parliamentary coalition of the United Patriots, with the initial support of the newcomer Volya Party of businessman Veselin Mareshki (although one of its MPs voted against). The composition of the Government was as follows:
|Prime Minister's Office||Boyko Borisov||GERB||Third term as a Prime Minister.|
|Deputy Prime Minister||Tomislav Donchev||GERB||Deputy Prime Minister of the Second Borisov Government.|
|Deputy Prime Minister in charge of economy and demographical policies||Mariyana Nikolova||nominated by the United Patriots, unaffiliated||Head of the Political Cabinet of the Deputy Prime Minister in charge of economy and demographical policies.|
|Deputy Prime Minister in charge of public order and national security and||Krasimir Karakachanov||United Patriots (VMRO)||Leader of the IMRO – Bulgarian National Movement, part of the United Patriots coalition of parties.|
|Deputy Prime Minister in charge of the judiciary reform and||Ekaterina Zakharieva||nominated by GERB, unaffiliated||Presidential advisor to President Plevneliev, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Regional Development in the governments of Marin Raykov and Georgi Bliznashki.|
|Minister of Finance||Vladislav Goranov||GERB||Minister of Finance in the Second Borisov Government. Deputy Finance Minister in First Borisov Government under Finance Minister Simeon Djankov.|
|Minister of Justice||Danail Kirilov||GERB|
|Minister of Interior Affairs||Mladen Marinov||nominated by GERB, unaffiliated||Previously Secretary General of the Ministry of Interior.|
|Minister of Health||Kiril Ananiev||nominated by GERB, unaffiliated||Previously Minister of Finance in the office of Ognyan Gerdzhikov.|
|Minister of Education and Science||Krasimir Valchev||nominated by GERB, unaffiliated||Previously Secretary-General of the Ministry of Education and Science in the Second Borisov Government under Meglena Kuneva.|
|Minister of Transport, Information Technologies and Communications||Rosen Zhelyazkov||nominated by GERB, unaffiliated||Previously Chief Secretary of the Council of Ministers (2009 - 2013).|
|Minister of Energy||Temenuzhka Petkova||nominated by GERB, unaffiliated||Minister of Energy in the Second Borisov Government.|
|Minister of Tourism||Nikolina Angelkova||GERB||Minister of Tourism in the Second Borisov Government.|
|Minister of Youth and Sports||Krasen Kralev||GERB||Minister of Youth and Sports in the Second Borisov Government.|
|Minister in charge of the Bulgarian Presidency of the Council of the European Union in 2018||Lilyana Pavlova||GERB||Minister of Regional Development and Public Works in the Second Borisov Government.|
|Minister of Regional Development and Public Works||Petya Avramova||nominated by GERB, unaffiliated||Previously MP in the 44th National Assembly.|
|Minister of Economy||Emil Karanikolov||nominated by the United Patriots||Previously Director of the State's Agency of Privatisation. Closely associated with Delyan Peevski, a media mogul.|
|Minister of Labor and Social Policies||Denitsa Sacheva||nominated by the GERB|
|Minister of Environment and Water Resources||Neno Dimov||nominated by the United Patriots||Previously Deputy Minister of Environment and Water Resources in the Kostov Government and member of parliament from the DSB Party.|
|Minister of Agriculture, Food and Forestry||Desislava Taneva||GERB||Minister of Agriculture and Food in the Second Borisov Government.|
|Minister of Culture||Boil Banov||nominated by the United Patriots||Previously Director of the Haskovo Theater.|
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