The official grounds for the ousting of Bulgarian Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Simeon Djankov, is his decision to delay with up to two months the payment of subsidies to grain producers.
Djankov told recently Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, his Ministry has never promised to pay the subsidies in January, which enraged the latter, the Bulgarian National Radio, BNR, reported Monday.
On February 8th, the Finance Minister declared that the only options in the budget to pay the subsidies were mid-March and the rest at the beginning of April, "despite any possible protests."...
Yeah Ivanko, lets go backwards and have a Commie-Turk-Kuneva government with Plamen Oresharski in charge of Finance and see what the results will be - the same as last time: siphoning of VAT by criminal groups, allegedly with the help of senior National Revenue Agency, more road funding scandals, and the freezing of EU funding. I bet you cant wait!
Uncle B is a politician, not a book-keeper.
The book-keeper failed to pay the debts in due time and, Uncle B smacked him.
What's your problem?
For once, Bulgaria has a PM, who doesn't give a dime about his personal gains.
And you want to blame him?
Are you all frecking stupid?
STFU or come up with something better.
Just my two stotinki
Speaking about being stupid:
"For once, Bulgaria has a PM, who doesn't give a dime about his personal gains."
"Uncle B is a politician, not a book-keeper."
A politician working for a few hundreds of levas who doesn't give a dime about his personal gains.
Do you really believe yourself?
If you were talking about Khaddaffi I could understand your point of view. But in Europe? In Bulgaria?
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