The overwhelming share of Bulgaria's expenditures on the preparation and execution of the construction of the Belene NPP has come from the state budget, according to the findings of a temporary parliamentary committee probing the project.
The results of the committee's work were announced Wednesday by Dian Chervenkondev, a MP from the ruling center-right party GERB, the committee chair, who presented an Interim Report on the probe for verifying the Belene NPP project for the period from 2002 till March 2012 when the plant was abandoned by the government of PM Boyko Borisov over "economic unfeasibility".
Chervenkondev said the MP committee drafted the report with aid from Bulgaria's Agency for State Financial Inspection and its experts who "did a perfect job"....
previous government ministers more corrupt than current ministers!
politicians all over the world are corrupt, and when you get countries like BG they're more corrupt than most as there is so much bureaucracy, it's easy to hide corruption. do you really think that the top wages of few thousand leva a month are what make politics attractive to the top brass? does boyko do his job because of a deep-seated loyalty to the bulgarian people? did stanishev really believe in socialism/communism where everyone is equal? they all make as much as they personally can out of any situation. live with it, understand it, and don't vote for them!
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