Bulgaria's PM Plamen Oresharski Resigns

Business | July 23, 2014, Wednesday // 18:14| Views: 5191 | Comments: 5
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Bulgaria: Bulgaria's PM Plamen Oresharski Resigns Bulgarian Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski, photo by BGNES

Bulgarian Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski has resigned.

The resignation of Oresharski and his Cabinet was submitted at 17:59:55 on Wednesday at the Parliament's Clerk's Office.

The resignation of the socialist-led government headed by Oresharski came 421 days after the start of its term in office.

The resignation is yet to be included in the Parliament's agenda and to be put to the vote in Parliament, according to reports of Dnevnik Daily.

The cabinet's request to step down was uploaded on opposition-elected MEP Tomislav Donchev's Facebook profile.

The 89th Bulgarian government was elected by the 42nd National Assembly on May 29, 2013 on a mandate of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) with the support of liberal party Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS).

The socialist-led Cabinet became the target of prolonged massive protests after the nomination of controversial DPS MP Delyan Peevski for Chair of the State Agency for National Security (DANS) in June 2013.

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#5
Goodnews - 24 Jul 2014 // 09:15:07

The pot is now empty, their friends wallets are full and it's time to exit stage left. We await the next players or will they decide to tear up the script and accept the actual mess that is Bulgaria, at this time.

I return now to my loud chalga music and continue the party until time to collect the next benefit payment. When I leave the house I don't ever waste electric on those ungrateful neighbours whom complain.

#4
EDC - 24 Jul 2014 // 08:35:35

PEOPLE OF BULGARIA ,

BE CAREFUL BE VERY CAREFUL HOW YOU VOTE ,

YOUR NEXT VOTE COULD DESTROY YOUR COUNTRY
YOUR NEXT VOTE COULD SEE YOUR LIFESTYLE AND CULTURE DISAPPEAR
YOUR NEXT VOTE MAYBE THE MOST IMPORTANT ONE YOU EVER MAKE AS IT WILL DETERMINE THE FUTURE OF BULGARIA ,IT,S RELIGION .IT,S CULTURE.
Do you want to be ruled by a Religious group of people as some countries are or do you want to be RULED by The PEOPLE a NON-RELIGIOUS party ,the two can not mix if the religious group rule they rule by their CHURCH RULES AND BELIEF and not what is necessarily good for the country they rule by what the Church leaders say and they are likely to be in and from another COUNTRY. Do you wish to be ruled from another country ?

BE VERY VERY CAREFUL WHAT YOU VOTE/WISH FOR .

#3
Dex - 23 Jul 2014 // 22:03:49

And what? Arabs are shit

#2
Russophobe - 23 Jul 2014 // 21:38:22

Typical mediocre Bulgarian that blames Turkey for all his problems. Have heard this countless of times from losers from all spheres in BG. Get the FUCK over it ASSHOLE. You were last occupied two hundred years ago. Get some fucking personal responsibility and accept your own failures and mediocrity.

Turkey is as secular as Bulgaria. Nobody believes shit except making money corruptly. Something you monkeys in BG learned pretty well.

#1
malak petko - 23 Jul 2014 // 20:25:13

There was an extensive review of the situation in the Bulgarian newspaper "'Reporter" that claims that the government was toppled, because it was slow to reject the South Stream project.

I think the same.
USA and some EU commissioners are obviously against this project...but they cant do what the Turkish party can do in Bulgaria.

The real force that toppled it is the Turkish ethnic party, that is controlled by the Islamic republic of Turkey.

So it is good for the western countries to study this ..... to learn how they will be governed when the Islamic immigrants in their countries are organized in a political movements.