Caretaker government

Caretaker PM Explains Cabinet Personnel Changes

Caretaker Prime Minister Ognian Gerdzhikov has been summoned to parliament to explain the personnel changes in his cabinet, BNR reported.

The PM has said that not even a single dismissal has been made a the Council of Ministers and the replacement of the 22 district governors and 27 of their deputies is a normal practice carried out by other caretaker and interim governments.

Albania: Protesters Converge On Tirana, Demand Resignation of Edi Rama

Thousands of demonstrators converged in Tirana to demand the resignation of Albania's Socialist prime minister.

The protesters, led by the opposition Democratic Party, pitched tents on February 18 outside Prime Minister Edi Rama's office to demand his resignation and for a caretaker government to take power and guarantee free elections.

Bulgaria's Interim Govt Passes New Cabinet Structure

During their first cabinet meeting, the caretaker ministers of Bulgaria have agreed on a new structure of the government and have been assigned several tasks.

There will be four Deputy Prime Ministers in the interim government, the same number as in the previous cabinet, according to the list of decisions sent by the government's press office.

Bulgaria's New Cabinet to Hold First Meeting Monday

The caretaker government of Bulgaria will hold a session on Monday, its press office says.

The development will come just a few days after the interim cabinet was sworn in.

Three items will be on the agenda. One will deal with the structure of the state administration, while another will be a draft resolution on the preparation of the early parliamentary elections on March 26.

President Radev Appoints Bulgaria's Caretaker Cabinet

President Rumen Radev will present the composition, structure and priorities of the future caretaker government on January 27 at 10:00 hrs at an official ceremony at Dondukov 2, reported the press service of the head of state.

With a decree, Radev has appointed the caretaker government of the Republic of Bulgaria. The caretaker ministers are as follows: