Caretaker government

Bulgaria Needs Ordinary Govt – Caretaker PM

Bulgaria's caretaker Prime Minister Georgi Bliznashki has argued that the country cannot afford any more caretaker or technocratic governments.

In an interview on Sunday morning, Election Day, Blizhashki claimed that Bulgaria needed an ordinary government consisting of representatives of the main political parties which had won the elections.

Bulgarian Budget's Income Statement 'Written Up' - Interim PM

The income statement of the state budget was overestimated by about BGN 2 B back at the planning phase, Bulgaria's caretaker Prime Minister Georgi Bliznashki said.

Bliznashki, who assumed office on August 6, warned that the budget approved by Plamen Oresharskí's government carried a risk of "a clear problem with the [National] Revenue Agency".

Bulgaria's Caretaker PM: Budget Update Is Inevitable

Bulgaria's caretaker Prime Minister Georgi Bliznashki has suggested that a budget update is unavoidable.

In a Tuesday interview for the Bulgarian National Television, he noted that the payments under a number of European operational programs were being delayed and that a number of contracts, which had already been signed, were not financially secured.

President 'Not Entitled' to Assign Tasks to Gov't - Deputy Speaker

Outgoing Deputy Parliament Speaker Maya Manolova has criticized Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev over his actions on appointing the caretaker government.

"Bulgaria is not a presidential republic," regardless of Plevneliev's desires, and will "perhaps never become one," Manolova said in an interview with private national channel bTV's breakfast show.