Bulgaria's PM Bliznashki Dismisses Deputy Ministers

Politics » DOMESTIC | August 7, 2014, Thursday // 16:22| Views: | Comments: 10
Bulgaria: Bulgaria's PM Bliznashki Dismisses Deputy Ministers Bulgaria's interim Prime Minister Georgi Bliznashki. Photo by BGNES

All Bulgarian Deputy Ministers from the cabinet of Plamen Oresharski were discharged as of Wednesday, August 6, authorities revealed.

Reports in various media outlets had suggested Georgi Bliznashki would not keep deputies from the former cabinet in office, unlike the previous caretaker government, formed in February 2013.

The document dismissing the Deputy Ministers was signed by Bliznashki on August 5, the day when he was named as interim Prime Minister by President Rosen Plevneliev, according to the Bulgarian National Radio.

It entered into force the next day, after the interim cabinet took over from the government of former Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski.

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Optimistic - 9 Aug 2014 // 10:33:03

Tania your put down talking about delusional was witty and clever and stylish lol.

Tania Oz - 8 Aug 2014 // 16:05:12

Optimistic, the Socialists were the second party in line offered to form a government by default. They could only do that by making an alliance, by hook or crook, with someone else, and the only options were with the Turks and the psycotic Ataka to get the numbers. Very democratic- not really. And with friends like that, who needs enemies.

And we can all see where that ended up. In Australian terms - "up shit creek without a paddle". Boom Boom!

And btw, there are way more nasty people on here than me. :)

Optimistic - 8 Aug 2014 // 15:40:21

Tania they were elected democratically and formed a Government under the laws of Bulgaria.

I remember watching television on the Friday when the President handed the Socialists the document inviting them to form a government. This was all done by correct procedure and no one has ever questioned it.

You are becoming very unpleasant which is a pity because you were one of the people on this forum that did not go in for nastyness.

Tania Oz - 8 Aug 2014 // 11:25:39

Oh, FFS, there you go again Optimistic; just incase it escaped your feeble "brain", the recently previous government were NOT elected "democratically", they DID NOT get a majority vote and they only just scraped into forming a "government" because the TURKS decided to play ball with them (whilst it suited them).

You only wrote 2 days ago that the Turks "let the government down", which equates to - you cannot trust the Lyuti Chushka Mestan Party anymore than you can trust the BSP Commies. They're both banal and in fact anal.

Now, the very same "eloquant" Lyuti Chushka Mestan will (try to) change sides and try to get into "bed" with GERB. It's already been documented that they've had coffee "together", but I doubt that GERB will be so desperate, to make an alliance for power ala BSP Commie style, in fact they are confident that they can make a majority government without either drop kick party, ie: COMMIES AND THE TURKS. Who f***ing needs them?

The Bulgarians have now very well seen since last year and hopefully for the last time what the BSP Commies and Mestanite's Turks shallow, unsavoury and uncouth allegiance is worth. A BIG FAT ZERO multiplied by a hundred!!!

Seedy - 8 Aug 2014 // 10:13:15

"..the deputies...provide continuity and working knowledge..."

They do indeed provide "continuity" but the whole point, dear O-AP, is that we don't want them to continue - we want them to go away, preferably as far as possible. As for "working knowledge" - I can only assume that this is a rather feeble attempt to demonstrate that you have a sense of irony.

Get it through your thick skull, Tovarich: we didn't want them, they were useless and we're glad to see the back of them.....please feel free to join them.

Optimistic - 8 Aug 2014 // 09:48:36

This guy is just in power not elected and he wants to honour foreign diplomats that supported the protestors against Bulgarias democratically elected government. This is an insult to Bulgaria.

And dismissing the deputies, these provide continuity and working knowledge. He is doing this as revenge.

He is a fucking facist an unelected fucking facist.

Tania Oz - 8 Aug 2014 // 01:43:04

Optimistic, grow up: you come across as a pre pubescent juvenille that parrots mis-information because some one told you so. You also come across as daft. Just sayin'.

And did you really expect the caretaker PM to keep any of the grubby Red Trash vermin that has been evicted from their nest?

Warfou - 8 Aug 2014 // 00:34:19

Kostya Vigenin as a candidate to European Commission! Makes me laugh every time I remember this :))

Seedy - 8 Aug 2014 // 00:10:55

What makes you think that? He's getting rid of the last dregs of the Fellow Travellers and Red Trash scum - if they don't like it they can go and kiss Putler's butt like the rest of you brown-nosed "useful idiots"....

Optimistic - 7 Aug 2014 // 23:26:15

Fucking Facist Bastard, power has gone to your head.

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