Bulgaria’s proposed Oresharski cabinet unveiled

Written by on May 27, 2013 in Bulgaria, News - No comments

The proposed members of Bulgaria’s new cabinet, to be headed by Plamen Oresharski, were revealed at a Bulgarian Socialist Party national council meeting on May 27 2013, ahead of being presented to the President and possibly to Parliament the following day.

With Oresharski as prime minister, there will be two deputy prime ministers: one to be in charge of co-ordinating the work of the economic ministries, domestic and foreign investors, and Zinaida Zlatanova, nominated for the justice portfolio, and who will be in charge of liaison on the use of EU funds.

Other portfolios are:

Interior: Tsvetlin Yovchev

Finance: Petar Chobanov

Economy and Energy: Dragomir Stoinev

Foreign Affairs: Kristian Vigenin

Defence: Angel Naidenov

Education: Anelia Klisarova

Health: Tanya Andreeva

Transport and IT: Danail Papazov

Regional Development and Public Works: Desislava Terzieva

Investment Projects: Kalin Tiholov

Labour and Social Policy: Hasan Ademov

Agriculture: Dimitar Grekov

Environment and Water Affairs: Iskra Mihailova

Culture: Petar Stoyanovic

Sport and Youth: Mariana Georgieva-Bencheva

 

(Photo of Oresharski: Finance Ministry)

 

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