Ex-PM Vows 10 Muslim Deputy Ministers if GERB Wins Early Elections
Boyko Borisov, leader of center-right party GERB and former Prime Minister, has argued that Bulgaria’s next government should have at least 10 Muslim Deputy Ministers.
Speaking Sunday in the southern village of Pripek, Kardzhali District, he vowed to secure at least 10 Muslim Deputy Ministers, provided that GERB (Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria) won 121 seats in Parliament at the early elections on October 5.
"Bulgarian Muslims should be a bridge between parties, not a dividing line,” Borisov declared, as cited by Sega daily.
He explained that the GERB party would strive to cooperate with all political formations if it won a majority of seats in Parliament, especially in the first two years in office, as the country needed stability.
"I am not speaking about coalitions here; the elections will show us how to act. Muslims have to take part in the government and we are on the lookout for highly educated Muslims,” he noted, adding that liberal party DPS (Movement for Rights and Freedoms) was better equipped with Muslim professionals in a wide range of spheres.
In Pripek, Borisov inaugurated a football pitch built with BGN 45 000 from the subsidy of GERB, after which he headed for the village of Gorno Kirkovo to attend an inauguration ceremony at a reservoir repaired with a total of BGN 24 0000 from GERB’s subsidy.
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Optimistic, I am not Seedy so do not mention him in the same breath. Just because you seem to have anti-Russian feelings and will do anything you can to support a GERB government be aware that most of Bulgaria want a return to the days of socialism with full employment, no crime and zero corruption led by a great leader like comrade Stanishev.
Seedy's anti-democracy vitriol is typical of fascist running dogs who have lost the argument - just because he personally wants a return to ultra-nationalist, criminal government, run by former state security agents, he shouldnt assume the rest of us do.
"One party"? The only Party the Commies knew about was the one to keep the Proles quiet with a vestige of "belonging" while the moutri stole everything and shipped it, and their families, off to the Forbidden West.
The way to "zero corruption and a strong civil society" in Bulgaria is to try all the Old Guard (and their bodyguards turned "businessmen") from the Commie time, throw them into prison and strip every ill-gotten stotinka and dacha away from them and their miserable offspring. A REAL civil society has to see that crime doesn't pay; everyone who dips their fingers into the till, even today, should know that they will be severely punished, however long it may take.
But would-be satirists (even ones as obvious, feeble and unamusing as your good self) should be permitted to make fools of themselves for the delectation of those of us who have no problem with laughing at (rather than with) third-rate comedy turns....
Seedy is a fascist agent of Soros and GERB, peddling his counter revolutionary nonsense in the hope that a few uneducated Bulgarian peasants will get brainwashed. Deep down he knows that the only way to full employment, zero corruption and a strong civil society is the immediate reinstatement of an Oresharsky government and one party state.