Displaying items by tag: Boyko Borisov
"When I retire from being a prime minister, I will start a website and will become a top investigative journalist." Prime Minister Boyko Borisov on Bulgarian media freedoms
Notwithstanding his brief introduction as the "prime minister of Belgium" on Fox News, Boyko Borisov seems to have had a good time in Washington DC where he got some photo ops with US President Donald Trump.
"The state apparatus was converted into an elections-winning machine." Mustafa Karadaya, leader of the Movement of Freedom and Rights, or DPS
"When a political party has a problem, it brings it to the chief prosecutor - and boasts about it. We see him as a referee." Prime Minister Boyko Borisov
"We are the victims of a crime that goes beyond ordinary hacking. The CIA boss did not resign after WikiLeaks, did he?" Finance Minister Vladislav Goranov on why he did not resign after the hacking of National Revenue Agency data
"If the National Revenue agency did not offer e-services, there would be no personal data leaks." Vladislav Goranov, Finance Minister
"With the future F-16s we will protect North Macedonia as well, as they are slow to make turns." Prime Minister Boyko Borisov on the purchase of new fighter jets
Politicians of all shades & hues use scaremongering to seduce voters
"Multiculturalism is a disease that should be eradicated." Carlos Contrera, an EMP candidate for VMRO
During the past several weeks Boyko Borisov's Bulgaria has been shaken by a major scandal. No, it is not the constantly being stopped and restarted multibillion-euro Belene Nuclear Power Plant project, it has nothing to do with Bulgaria's continuing dependency on Russian gas and oil, nor with the state of the Bulgarian judiciary system.