The King is Dead. Long Live the King!

Letters to the Editor | May 7, 2011, Saturday // 16:50|  views

Boyko Borisov (aka Batman) has just woken up to the fact that his flegling policical party and ego boosting brain-child may not win the up and coming Presidential elections in October, as their own candidates are very weak and the opposition ones are now looking more of a threat.

Borisov's preferred presidential candidate a year ago - Tsvetan Tsvetanov (aka the Joker, whose face and presence was everywhere), is now totally discredited and although he can work out complicated police matters, can't remember how many properties he owns or whether his mother- in law paid for some of them!

Borisov's nemesis Aleksei Petrov is keeping very quite at the moment. But he is a cunning fox and will be making lots of deals and alliances during this quite period, keeping his cards close to his chest, but getting ready to swoop!

So Borisov must now run for President and if he wins it's a wonderful life and great way to spend the next four years, for this new Bulgarian statesman. He's had the taste of the good life and having his ego massaged on a regular basis...... No more potato planting or haystack watching for this Bulgarian country boy !!

Who will be the next Prime Minster in the GERB government? Well that's very easy- Simeon Djankov (aka Robin).... Borisov's sidekick and the architect of lots of the policies that this government is now following... Borisov has only really been the mouthpiece for his deputy and it's very easy to see why - his powers of thought, articulation and intelligence are very limited compared to his prot?g?e's.

The philosophy behind the GERB thinking? They hope the GERB juggernaut will keep rolling on and maybe in a couple of years with the economy picking up, it's popularity will have returned.

Keith Gregory

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Tags: Presidential elections, president, government, GERB, Djankov, Simeon, Tsvetanov, Tsvetan, Petrov, Aleksei, Borisov, Boyko, Bulgaria, Bulgarian


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