Plamen Oresharski, candidate for Bulgarian Prime Minister, presented the staff of his draft cabinet to Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev following general elections held on May 12.
Plamen Oresharski, prime minister of the next Bulgarian government, visited President Plevneliev with the leader of the Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) Sergei Stanishev and confessed that he had to make staff changes before receiving approval from the parliament for his cabinet.
Oresharski noted that Ivan Danov was the new nominee for Minister of Investment Planning in his government swapped with Kalin Tihov and added, "Social reactions formed by Tihov's works in the past made me take such a decision" and underscored, his government was totaled with 17 ministers.
Moreover, President Plevneliev has signed the structure and line-up of the government prepared by Oresharski for prime minister of the next Bulgarian government.
Oresharski is expected to present his ministers' list for the vote during Wednesday's ordinary session of the parliament.
The only MP of Turkish descent in the government, Hasan Ademov, will be in charge of labour and social policies.
AALast Mod: 28 Mayıs 2013, 12:18