Ruling Coalition Determined to Close Telco, Tobacco Monopoly Deals
Politics | December 12, 2002, Thursday // 00:00| Views: | Comments: 0
The parliamentary groups of the ruling coalition declared in Parliament that they were determined to close the Bulgarian Telecommunications Company and Bulgartabac Holding deals. They accused the right wing and left wing opposition of trying to block the efforts of the ruling coalition to continue the privatization process. "We will not allow the shallow party interests of the Bulgarian Socialist Party and the United Democratic Forces to stand in the way of the countries' strategic priorities," the declaration says. The UDF accusations for violations of the Constitution with regard to the amendments to the privatization and post-privatization law proposed by the ruling coalition were rejected as groundless in the declaration. The MPs recalled that the rightist majority in the previous Parliament adopted amendments, according to which all acts of the privatization authorities were not subject to judiciary control.Politics » Be a reporter: Write and send your article Expats.bg All Are Welcome! Join Now!
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