One might say it is not our business to draw out cabinets and distribute ministerial seats.
But in the current situation it seemed right to us to offer our own version of a task that the Constitution has assigned to the President - to produce a cabinet blueprint which could set the situation in Bulgaria at rest and return trust in the institutions.
Here is what we think:
Prime Minister: Svetoslav Gavriyski. He was one of the authors of the currency board, he was Governor of the Bulgarian National Bank (BNB) and before that served as Finance Minister in the 1997 caretaker government of Stefan Sofiyanski. Gavriyski has proved he knows what he is doing in times of a crisis.
Minister of Finance: Violina Marinova, Chief Executive Officer of DSK Bank, Bulgaria's second-largest bank in 2013. She enjoys huge confidence both in the financial world and among bank clients. There is no need to talk of her long experience in finance....
No matter which country in the world you look at they all claim that to get the best person for the job the salary and conditions need to be attractive .
This is fine providing they preform and make the system work BUT as i see it most of them seem to fail somewhere along the line and you will find large cracks which will cost the country (ie the people ) a large amount of money
ie DEBTS , none of these clever people seem to lose much for failing as they still get a pension and bonus paid as their contract states they are entitled to have this money if they are SACKED.
The miss use of a position of power for self gain should be classed as treason as the person or persons are in a place of trust for the country and it,s people .
Anyone who holds a position of trust either with a BANK or GOVERNMENT / OFFICIAL office or any office in a company who for whatever reason does anything that may cause harm to others physically or financially need to understand that they will be held accountable and leaving the country will not be the easy way out .
The world is a very corrupt place it seems .
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