Bulgaria's Ex-PM Suspects Socialist Leader of Illegal Acts
PES and Bulgarian Socialist Party leader Sergey Stanishev made the controversial nomination of notorious media mogul Delyan Peevski for head of the State Agency of National Security, according to Bulgaria's former PM Boyko Borisov.
The Bulgarian ex-PM claimed that "Stanishev has always been apt to illegal actions," especially ones directed against Borisov's Citizens for European Development (GERB) party.
Commenting the future of the current Socialist-led cabinet, Borisov predicted that it will not fall from power as long as it has the strong support of nationalists Ataka party, in spite of the cabinet's weak governance.
Borisov gave a positive assessment only to Ahmed Dogan, the former leader of liberal Movement for Rights and Freedoms, describing him as one of the best politicians in Bulgaria for the last 22 years and as one able to look ahead in different political situations.
Responding to questions regarding the current ruling of the cabinet, Borisov reiterated that neither Stanishev, nor PM Plamen Oresharski has kept a single pre-election's promise, to society's deetriment.
The ex-PM added that the media world is displeased as well, due to an alleged unwillingness of current rulers to publicly explain and validate their actions and policies.
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