Bulgarian PM Appoints 2 More Deputy Ministers
Bulgarian PM Plamen Oresharski appointed on Wednesday Sabrie Sapundzhieva as a deputy Justice Minister and Miroslav Maznev as a deputy Regional Development Minister, according to a release of the government's press center.
Sapundzhieva, an MP from the liberal Movement for Rights and Freedoms is to become deputy-minister of Justice after being a deputy chair of the Bulgaria’s Central Election Commission and Maznev is the new deputy minister of Regional Development, after being a director of the Bulgarian construction company Glavbolgarstroy.
Sapundzhieva has a legal degree of the Bulgarian South-West University of Blagoevgrad “Neofit Rilski” and was on the post of a deputy Justice Minister during the ruling of the cabinet of the Socialist-led three-way coalition in the period 2005-2009.
Maznev has a master’s degree of the University of Architecture, Civil Engineering and Geodesy and from the University of National and World Economy. The new deputy Regional Development Minister has been a director of several companies in the construction business and has been working in the construction sector for more than 30 years.
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Still recycling and re-appointing the same old people I see. Nothing much changes in BG does it. This "government" thinks that they are in for the long haul term and have well and truly got their hooks dug in deep and keep digging deeper just to make sure they cling on. They inform us that they are cutting down on administration but keep on appointing more people. Typical and predictable BS.