The Justice Minister in Bulgaria's new Cabinet will be a Deputy PM as well, according to Plamen Oresharski, the nomination for Prime Minister of the Bulgarian Socialist Party, BSP.
Plamen Vasilev Oresharski was born on February 21, 1960, in Bulgaria's western mining town of Bobovdol.
The center-right Bulgaria for Citizens party has declared that it would not back a government led by the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP).
Bulgarian marginal nationalist party VMRO has declared that it has not scheduled any government negotiations with the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP).
Parliament Chair Mihail Mikov has voiced readiness to call an extraordinary sitting of parliament on Tuesday to vote on the new government panel headed by Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski.
Plamen Oresharski, Prime Minister-designate of the Bulgarian Socialist Party, has said that the ministerial nominees for a new government are 90% ready.
The first goal of Bulgaria's new cabinet must be to tackle negative economic and social trends in Bulgaria, stated PM hopeful Plamen Oresharski.
The cabinet envisioned by Bulgarian Socialist Party PM nominee Plamen Oresharski will implement both leftist and rightist policies, chosing in each case based on pragmatic criteria, said the PM hopeful.
Bulgarian Socialist Party's PM nominee Plamen Oresharski has stated he will be ready with a full cabinet proposal on Monday, but will probably not reveal it before Tuesday.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party is continuing intensive consultations on the composition of the cabinet proposal it is expected to table to Parliament Monday or Tuesday.
New names of candidate-ministers are circulating in Bulgarian media Saturday as the Socialist Party, BSP, is holding negotiations with the ethnic Turkish party Movement for Rights and Freedoms, DPS, for the forming of the new Cabinet.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party, BSP, is holding Saturday negotiations with the ethnic Turkish party Movement for Rights and Freedoms, DPS, for the forming of the new Cabinet.
Bulgaria's Chief Secretary of the Interior, Kalin Georgiev, has declared his intention to resign, according to a report.
Plamen Oresharski, the Socialist nomination for Prime Minister, is firm he would apply all possible effort to not only propose a Cabinet, but to have it approved by the Parliament prior to the 7-day deadline required by the law.
Plamen Oresharski, the PM candidate endorsed by the Bulgarian Socialist Party, will have to face a “minefield” left by the former center-right government, according to BSP leader Sergey Stanishev.
The Bulgarian Socialist Party, which placed second in Bulgaria’s elections on May 12, received a mandate to form a government from President Rosen Plevneliev on Thursday, after first party GERB refused to do so.
The best version for a government will be to have a combination between people with management experience and people with parliamentary experience, according to Bulgaria's most likely next Prime Minister, Plamen Oresharski.
Bulgaria’s predominantly ethnic Turkish party Movement for Rights and Freedoms (DPS) will endorse a cabinet that is both expert-based and political, DPS leader Lyutvi Mestan has declared.
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