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Bulgarian FinMin Proposes to Up PM's Salary by BGN 5000

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Bulgarian FinMin Proposes to Up PM's Salary by BGN 5000: Bulgarian FinMin Proposes to Up PM's Salary by BGN 5000 Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Simeon Djankov. Photo by BGNES

Bulgaria's Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister, Simeon Djankov, wants a monthly salary of BGN 8 8 000 for the Prime Minister, the President and the Speaker of the Parliament.

The proposal has been written in a Bill of the Ministry of Finances, the Bulgarian Pressa (Press) daily reports.

Djankov further asks for a significant increase of the salaries of the Deputy Prime Ministers and the Vice President, which are to reach between BGN 5 000 and BGN 6 000 a month.

Officials from the Finance Ministry are quoted saying that the new salaries will become effective as soon as August 2012.

PM, Boyko Borisov, currently gets BGN 3 403 a month and if Djankov's proposal materializes, the salary of the country leader is to go up by the significant for Bulgaria amount of nearly BGN 5 000.

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