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Commenting article: Bulgaria's Caretaker Govt Replaces 3 More District Governors

Bulgaria's caretaker government has replaced three more district governors, thereby reaching a score of eight new district governors since August 13.

Zhivka Aladzhova, Ivan Velikov and Mihail Mihaylov, district governors of Stara Zagora, Varna and Penik, respectively, will be replaced by Dimitrinka Petrunova, Stoyan Pasev, and Boyka Petrova, according to the press office of the caretaker government.

Dimitrinka Petrunova graduated from the Legal Faculty of the Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski". She has completed international specializations in management, business mediation and EU law. As of 1994, she is attorney- at- law at the Stara Zagora Bar.

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#1
Philippe - 20 Aug 2014 // 16:01:26

It seems that the caretakers take care of things they are not supposed to take care of.

#2
Caliguy - 20 Aug 2014 // 18:08:43

Maybe they should call it what it is a Overseer government.

#3
Seedy2 - 20 Aug 2014 // 18:50:25

Indeed, they put their people on the chairs and make a big media show but this isn't democracy anymore, let the new government deal with such things. You know, the ones that will be elected by the voters

#4
Optimistic - 20 Aug 2014 // 22:11:52

They have a few weeks to put their own people in place, this is not democracy, they are abusing power the people they appoint should loose their job at the end of the period of the caretaker government.

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