Caretaker government

Bulgaria’s Acting PM: The End of our Mandate is Approaching

"The second mandate to form a regular government is underway, the end of our mandate is approaching." Acting Prime Minister Galab Donev commented before the meeting of the Council of Ministers.

The caretaker prime minister added that when they took office as a caretaker government, they had no idea that in January 2023 their interim mandate would still be in place.

President Radev with an Assessment of the Caretaker Government: Transparent and Responsible

Your cabinet, Mr. Yanev, has shown that there can be a new kind of governance - transparent and responsible, with care for the people. It showed that machine voting can be introduced and the bought vote can be broken. This was stated by the head of state Rumen Radev, who received the ministers from the caretaker cabinet before the succession ceremony.

Bulgarian Caretaker Prime Minister: I would Consider Participating in a Regular Cabinet

"I would consider such an invitation when I receive it." This was stated on BNT by the caretaker Prime Minister Stefan Yanev in response to a question about his possible participation in the future coalition government of the country, for which four parliamentary parties have already started negotiations.

Bulgarian Prime Minister Yanev: The Green Certificate is a Temporary Measure

The caretaker Prime Minister Stefan Yanev assured that all measures have been taken so that there is a fair vote that reflects the preferences of Bulgarian citizens. According to Yanev, the CEC and the executive branch have made the necessary organization.

Bulgarian Prime Minister: More Clarity about the COVID-19 Antibody Certificate Next Week

"It is likely that in the middle of next week there will be more clarity on the issuance of a certificate in the presence of antibodies after Covid's illness." This was said by the caretaker Prime Minister Stefan Yanev during the initiative "The government speaks! Openly" on the Facebook page of the Council of Ministers.

Bulgaria’s Prime Minister Admitted that he Waited until the Last Moment to Introduce Measures

The caretaker Prime Minister Stefan Yanev made a dramatic address to the nation, urging Bulgarians to follow the measures so that the health care system does not collapse. He acknowledged that the government had made a mistake by waiting until the last minute to announce new restrictive measures.

Bulgaria Has New Caretaker Government: What Lessons Can It Learn from Dutch?

aretaker governments do not have to be weak governments: The Netherlands has demonstrated this well over the past few months. Maybe Bulgaria's struggling caretaker administration can take a few lessons on board?

Bulgarians will be heading to the polls once again on November 14 to cast a vote in the country's third parliamentary election of the year.