Bulgarian PM Bans Ministers from Blaming Predecessors

Domestic | December 6, 2011, Tuesday // 16:50|  views

Bulgaria's Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, vows to fire all ministers if the work in their institutions is suffering delays. Photo by BGNES

Bulgaria's Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, declared Tuesday that he had banned all ministers from the cabinet to find excuses for poor performance in their predecessors.

Borisov warned that he was the only one who could use such excuse.

"I am the one justifying myself with the damage the previous cabinet had inflicted; to you – I have given eight months," Borisov said after learning that the Ministry of Social Policy and Labor had only 15% preparedness to introduce the so-called electronic government.

The PM also threatened imminent dismissals, warning that in ministries where the completion of the tasks is delayed, the respective minister will be the first one to go.

"You see now how active all institutions are – this is precisely because of this warning I issued to them," Borisov concluded, stressing the electronic government would be a great advantage of great benefit to citizens, saving lots of money for the State treasury.

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