Second caretaker Cabinet of Galab Donev

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President Appoints Caretaker Cabinet, Galab Donev Remains PM
President Appoints Caretaker Cabinet, Galab Donev Remains PM
Galab Donev presiding over the last meeting of his first caretaker government, Sofia, Feb. 1 (BTA Photo)

President Rumen Radev issued a decree to appoint a caretaker government as of February 3, said the Presidential Press Secretariat. Galab Gonev remains Prime Minister.

All but one of the ministers in the first Donev cabinet remain in the government. The only new minister will be Minister of Culture Nayden Todorov.

Here are the members of the caretaker Cabinet:

Caretaker Prime Minister: Galab Donev

Caretaker Deputy Prime Minister for Social Policies and Minister of Labour and Social Policy: Lazar Lazarov

Caretaker Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Policies and Minister of Transport and Communications: Hristo Aleksiev

Caretaker Deputy Prime Minister for Public Order and Security and Minister of Interior: Ivan Demerdzhiev

Caretaker Deputy Prime Minister for European Funds: Atanas Pekanov

Caretaker Minister of Finance: Rositza Velkova-Zheleva

Caretaker Minister of Defence: Dimitar Stoyanov

Caretaker Minister of Health: Assen Medjidiev

Caretaker Minister of Regional Development and Public Works: Ivan Shishkov

Caretaker Minister of Education and Science: Sasho Penov

Caretaker Minister of Foreign Affairs: Nikolay Milkov

Caretaker Minister of Justice: Krum Zarkov

Caretaker Minister of Culture: Nayden Todorov

Caretaker Minister of Environment and Water: Rositsa Karamfilova-Blagova

Caretaker Minister of Agriculture: Yavor Gechev

Caretaker Minister of Economy and Industry: Nikola Stoyanov

Caretaker Minister of Energy: Rossen Hristov

Caretaker Minister of Innovation and Growth: Alexander Pulev

Caretaker Minister of Tourism: Ilin Dimitrov

Caretaker Minister of Youth and Sports: Vesela Lecheva

Caretaker Minister of e-Government: Georgi Todorov

This will be Bulgaria's ninth caretaker cabinet under the country's effective Constitution, adopted in 1990, and the fifth appointed by President Rumen Radev.

Things came to the new appointment of a caretaker government after none of three exploratory mandated for the formation of a Cabinet within this Parliament succeeded, and the President announced that he was going to disband Parliament from February 3, appoint a new caretaker government and schedule early elections for April 2.

The President will present the cabinet's priorities on Friday.




By 10:43 on 29.03.2023 Today`s news

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