Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov's government survived a no-confidence vote in parliament in Sofia on Tuesday.
In the aftermath of continuing protests against Borissov's centre-right government, hundred of protesters called on the government to resign.
102 Parliament members voted in favour of the no-confidence motion, with 214 opposed and 11 abstained.
Earlier this month, Bulgarian President Rumen Radev demanded the resignation of the government and the end to the «mafia way of ruling» during a televised address. His comments came as tensions escalated in the country after two of the president's aides were arrested in a police raid at Radev's headquarters.