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Commenting article: Bulgarian Socialist PM Candidate Proposes Urgent Economic, Social Measures

A set of short-term measures proposed by Plamen Oresharski, candidate for Prime Minister of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP), will be presented Monday at a sitting of the National Council of BSP and will be put up for debate by extra-parliamentary parties and representatives of trade unions, NGOs and the business sector.

The plan spans the first 100 days of a government formed by BSP and the party has also prepared separate one-year and four-year programs, according to reports of Sega daily.

The plan envisages measures aimed at boosting consumption, increasing benefits for certain social groups, decreasing electricity tariffs from July 1.

Tania OZ - 20 May 2013 // 22:26:13

It sounds like every man and his dog will be getting a new job soon. Wow, amazing, can't wait!

Chushki - 20 May 2013 // 19:10:28

Where are these 250,000 jobs the Commies were promising?

Chushki - 20 May 2013 // 13:05:15

No mention of how village accountant Oresharski plans to fund this bonanza, especially when just 7 days ago he was claiming "the budget deficit for the first three months of 2013 has reached BGN 800 M" and that the "country’s internal debt has grown by BGN 4 B over the course of the last four years."......

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