Bulgaria Ex PM: Cabinet Must Resign over Deadly Car Crash

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Bulgaria: Bulgaria Ex PM: Cabinet Must Resign over Deadly Car Crash Former PM Boyko Borisov was proud of his many infrastructure projects and has recently objected to the successor cabinet's unveiling those who were completed later. Photo by BGNES

Bulgaria's cabinet should resign for failing to prevent Monday's crash near the soon to be opened Yana junction of the Hemus Highway, said former PM Boyko Borisov.

"I call on PM Plamen Oresharski to immediately release from duty Regional Development Minister Desislava Terzieva, I also call on the prosecution to act regarding the criminal neglicence of this minister, who delayed the opening of the completed junction," said Borisov in a special statement.

"I am also calling for a resignation of the whole Oresharski cabinet. People who think their egoism is above public interest and safety have no place in Bulgaria's government," added he.

The chain crash Monday happened only hours before the opening of a new junction near Yana station, which will connect the Hemus Highway to Sofia's Ringroad and Botevgradsko Shosse Blvd.

Sofia Mayor Yordanka Fandakova also criticized the cabinet for not opening the junction for exploitation, saying the facility could have been opened ahead of the official inauguration ceremony this Monday.

Conflicting reports say that two or three people have perished in the crash, with five more significantly injured.

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#7
Ivanko - 21 Aug 2013 // 01:28:24

He will challenge them to play a football match with him. If they loose they need to pay a new bridge.
If he looses they bribed the referee.

#6
Peter Piper - 20 Aug 2013 // 20:01:28

“A Romanian driver of a long vehicle truck, who fell asleep or exceeded the speed limit, is believed to have triggered the hellish chain crash on Hemus highway in Bulgaria Monday, which killed 2, police said.”

With this new information, does it mean that Borisov will now call for the resignation of the Romanian government?

#5
sa-sha - 20 Aug 2013 // 10:34:28

;-) oh, no, no...not the the full movie....the 20-second part only:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6sy4ndmY30

#4
sa-sha - 20 Aug 2013 // 10:29:21

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DwOwloK6chA

"Well, they say that Tsar-Pharaon is coming out of the sea at nights! He comes out and goes away again...Isn't it on the threshold of the Apocalypse? How to live in this world..." ;-)

#3
Peter Piper - 19 Aug 2013 // 16:30:00

If anyone lives in Bulgaria and especially Sofia, they will know the standard of the driving and how many maniacs are on the roads.. Every night there’s a “ Grand Prix “

#2
Ivanko - 19 Aug 2013 // 15:45:20

You know too much Philippe!

Good that he has recovered from his serious hart problems.
He even made it to professional footballer, on his age!!!

#1
Philippe - 19 Aug 2013 // 14:43:24

Maybe BB forgot that a mother and children died on the Maritza highway section that he opened too early at Harmanli. The right signalisation was not in place.

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