Maybe George Veltchev can send a link to this to his London friends?
Interesting what Rene Boesten said in this interview a few years ago about how the ministries work http://www.novinite.com/view_news.php?id=112562
I also get the impression that the young entry-level experts in the ministries are doing their best, but are not supported by their management.
What she says in the second half of the article makes sense: politicians slinging mud at each other only worsens the bad reputation politicians already have here. Better concentrate on getting the job done as good as possible.
Ethnic Turks need many new parties where they can be sure they will be represented by honest politicians, just like ethnic Bulgarians need those same parties.
It's probably GERB subsidising tomato prices to provide cheap ammunition for protesters throwing them at the parliament. Sergey, haven't you thought of this conspiracy theory yet?
TV7 is considered by the protesters as the mouthpiece of Delyan Peevski: their news host Barekov has been mentioned in the same kind of slogans as those about Siderov, a news van was attacked on the second day of the demonstrations, and TV7 news has been reporting from a balcony of the Radisson hotel since then. Surely they have good reasons for this?
For once, she's right. GERB would be preferable to Ataka as a partner to provide quorum. Of course BSP should then also be more open to cooperation with GERB, and stop with this bullshit that GERB also depended on Ataka when they were governing. GERB had 2 parties to chose from to get a majority for their proposals: Ataka and the Blue Coalition. They used both whenever it suited them, and dumped Ataka as soon as that party lost a few MPs and wasn't needed any more.
Considering that the polls were ordered by a TV station controlled by Peevski, probably no phone calls were made at all.
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