Daniel Valchev, former Deputy Prime Minister and Education Minister and co-founder of the Bulgaria for Citizens Movement, has urged Prime Minister Boyko Borisov to bear in mind that he owes his spending of poorly absorbed EU funds to former EU Commissioner Meglena Kuneva and her negotiating team.
Meglena Kuneva is a former Minister of EU Affairs in the government of Simeon Saxe-Coburg and the NSMP party (2001-2005), three-way coalition government (2005-2007), Bulgaria's Chief Negotiator in the EU accession talks in 2001-2007, and Bulgaria's first EU Commissioner in 2007-2009, when she was in charge of consumer protection.
Kuneva founded the Bulgaria for Citizens Movement in end-2011 and the movement was established as a political party in July 2012....
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