PM: I Could Care Less about Socialists, Bulgaria Is Doing Great!

Domestic | October 16, 2010, Saturday // 18:38|  views

Bulgaria's PM Boyko Borisov (2-L) at a prior opening of a new production facility earlier in October. Photo by BGNES.

Bulgaria has wonderful economic prospects for 2011, stated PM Boyko Borisov and abruptly dismissed criticisms voiced at Saturday's congress of opposition Socialist Party.

When asked to reply to the socialists' strong criticisms of his cabinet's policies, Borisov answered: "I don't care about that at all. Don't talk to me about that. I don't even know they're holding a congress."

At the Bulgarian Socialist Party forum, leader and ex-PM Sergey Stanishev characterized Borisov's GERB cabinet as "powerless and lacking in character" and stated it is leading the country in the wrong directions.

The socialists pledged to win upcoming 2011 presidential elections and to keep their good positions in municipal authorities accros the country in local elections the same year.

"With all that we're doing at the moment - low taxes, financial stability, high praise from Europe and America and daily new investments entering the country - I think that next year will be a better year for Bulgaria," stated PM Borisov confidently.

Saturday he was present at the launching of the construction of a new biotech and pharmaceutical plant of the Bulgarian company Biovet in Razgrad. Biovet is owned by the pharmaceutical company Huvepharma, presided by Bulgarian businessman Kiril Domuschiev.

The investment for the new Biovet facility is EUR 25 M and it is expected to open 220 new work places. It is to be finished within a year.

The ceremony in Razgrad was also attended by Minister of Economy Traicho Traikov and Minister of Agriculture Miroslav Naydenov.

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Tags: investments, Bulgarian Socialist Party, Sergey Stanishev, Boyko Borisov, Traicho Traikov, Miroslav Naydenov, Razgrad, Huvepharma, Kiril Domuschiev, investment, financial stability, taxes, GERB cabinet


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