Bulgarian President Ênows a Lot About Oligarchy
Updated on: 12.05.2009, 15:48
Published on: 13.06.2008, 18:04
Friday morning, during the popular TV broadcast "Koritarov live" Paskalev pointed out, that there are a number of companies in Bulgaria that could impose their interests through the Bulgarian lawmakers and the executive authorities.
"All that leads to one conclusion - the vice of the Bulgarian political system ... originates in the transformation of the political power in economical since 1989 and thereafter again in its transformation in political one", said Paskalev.
Now there are no politics aimed at defending the national interests in Bulgaria, stressed out Paskalev.
Questioned whether the Bulgarian president stands against the oligarchy, the former councilor answered: "Definitely the President couldn't be against the oligarchy". Paskalev added that the head of the state obviously has on disposal some data concerning the premier's advisors behavior - which is intolerable, including support for firms and rending of favors.
But that information is being communicated from the President to the Premier through media channels and not in ordinary conversation between state leaders, added Paskalev.
The mayor of the southwestern Bulgarian city confirmed his former statement, that the President should consider the encirclement of him and what kind of people he nominates for the state corporations' boards.
"The ruling circles create a situation that Bulgaria becomes the ugly child of the EU, where all the negatives of the EU will be thrown upon", concluded the mayor of Blagoevgrad, the municipal city of the well known ski resort Bansko.
Therefore Paskalev appealed, the real problems of the state to be clearly named. He foresaw early elections if the interests of the "economic subjects which try to impact the decisions of the state's men" should prevail.
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