The government must move forward as the country cannot be thrown into political instability following a minister's reshuffling, Deputy Prime Minister Kelemen Hunor, Hungarian Democratic Union of Romania (UDMR) leader, who called on coalition colleagues for a calm discussion in the next period, told AGERPRES on Wednesday.
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Boyko Borissov insists on convening the Grand National Assembly to remain prime minister for life, wrote leader of "Stand up.bg" Maya Manolova on Facebook commenting on the today's proposal of the Prime Minister to convene the Grand National Assembly.
In her words, it's the second time that Borissov uses the Constitution as a means for him to stay in power.
Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov congratulated his Greek counterpart Kyriakos Mitsotakis on the occasion of the National Day of Greece - March 25. In his congratulatory address to Mitsotakis, the Prime Minister sent to the friendly Greek people heartfelt wishes for wellbeing and further prosperity, the government press service reported.
A year after omitting women entirely, Hollywood's directors on March 9 nominated two female filmmakers for their top prize for the first time in the awards' seven-decade history.
"Nomadland" director Chloe Zhao and "Promising Young Woman" helmer Emerald Fennell become the ninth and tenth women nominated for the Directors Guild of America's outstanding feature film category.
Two female senior managers run a local electricity company in the Mediterranean province of Kahramanmaraş, tending to the needs of all power issues in the rural areas of the city.
Zahide Yılmaz, the chief operator, and Melek Paköz, an occupational safety specialist, climb up the province's electric poles and repair them whenever they need.
National leader of the Social Democratic Party (PSD) Marcel Ciolacu said on Tuesday that if the lawmakers of the ruling coalition "force" Renate Weber's being removed from office as the Ombudsman, the Social Democrats will challenge the decision with the Constitutional Court.
Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis has recognized that the constant media presence of some of his ministers is causing confusion.
The problem is not the impact of the inconsistencies on the government's image. Rather, it is that these contradictions undermine the credibility of the government's health policy.