Monday, February 18, 2013

Bulgaria's finance minister has resigned after Borisov put at risk the financial stability with the new loan.


Bulgaria's finance minister has resigned after Borisov put at risk the financial stability with the new loan.

Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Simeon Djankov has resigned
after the GERB government makes behavior responds to all requests for no protests, even at the risk of undermining the board.
Djankov favorite people get away with firing the balance at the end of last week, revelations of "Trud", causing Prime Minister Borisov for his explicit decision to delay payments to farmers.
Prime Minister Boyko Borisov would offer MPs in parliament to vote on personnel and structural changes in the Bulgarian government announced the Government Information Service Simeon Djankov be dismissed as Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Lilyana Pavlova to be chosen Deputy Prime Minister and Minister Tomislav Donchev finance and management of EU funds.
This is the course of Borisov to imitate some activity after yesterday's protests.

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