Early Retirement to be Removed for IntMin Administration in 2015

Domestic | December 22, 2014, Monday // 13:25|  views

Bulgarian Interior Minister Veselin Vuchkov. Photo: BGNES/EPA

The administration in Bulgaria's Interior Ministry will be reappointed according to the Civil Service Act next year, in which way servants will not be able to retire under the conditions pertaining to the first category of labour.

This change was announced by Interior Minister Veselin Vuchkov after the meeting of the government on Monday, Darik radio reports.

The management of the Interior Ministry is to announce a full-scale package of measures on January 12, which are to be implemented during 2015.

Vuchkov said that at present police officers and firefighters are civil servants and they will continue to be such under the scope of the Interior Ministry Act.

The Interior Minister explained that this is a specific civil service, accompanied by a lot of bonus schemes.

Vuchkov stated that the administration, which was currently under the same category as the one applicable to police officers and firefighters, had to be reappointed under the scope of the Civil Service Act.

The Interior Minister listed the other measures that have to be undertaken: partial reduction of the administrative apparatus of the Ministry from 1/3 to ? and the deployment of more uniformed police officers in places of inhabitance.

Vuchkov also expressed his hope for the establishment of uniform civil service for the Interior Ministry, the State Agency for National Security (DANS), the State Agency Technical Operations (DATO), the intelligence services, which would defuse the constant tension between these servants.

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Tags: Bulgaria, interior ministry, Veselin Vuchkov, reforms, early retirement, administration, civil servants, DANS, DATO, intelligence


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