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President Plevneliev: Caretaker Govt To Be Pro-European, Nonpartisan

Politics » DOMESTIC | August 2, 2014, Saturday // 14:24| Views: 1357 | Comments: 4
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Bulgaria: President Plevneliev: Caretaker Govt To Be Pro-European, Nonpartisan Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev (l) greets Nikolay Barekov, leader of Bulgaria without Censorship party. Photo by BGNES.

President Rosen Plevneliev held consultations with representatives of Bulgaria without Censorship party familiarizing them with the caretaker government priorities, Saturday.

Plevneliev emphasized that among the main tasks of the caretaker government will be to organize and the hold fair elections, to accelerate EU funds allocation and to work on the EC Partnership Agreement, BGNES reports.

"The caretaker government will be made up of nonpartisan pro-European experts, whose work on important social issues such as health, economy and energy will be motivated and transparent," Plevneliev noted, as cited by his press office.

Nikolay Barekov, leader of Bulgaria without censorship said that his party accepts the arguments put forward by the President and supports the update of the state budget, as well as the budget of the National Health Insurance Fund.

Former journalist turned politician added that the President is the only legitimate authority in the country at the moment.

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#4
malak petko - 3 Aug 2014 // 13:39:55

There should be no illusion whatsoever.
This government will be as close to a real government of George Soros as it can get.
and we have Soros governing Bulgaria for so long...

and the results are obvious.

#3
Tania Oz - 3 Aug 2014 // 05:07:55

Barekov is so feral.

#2
JUSTME - 2 Aug 2014 // 19:15:28

what, the government has to be "pro-European"? Even though the Bulgaria people, and the whole south of Europe have been devastated by policies of Brussels? Great.

#1
Seedy - 2 Aug 2014 // 19:13:48

I hope Rosen washed his hands afterwards........and checked he still had all his fingers ;)