Simeonov: uniform management style of Borisov – risk for the coalition program
The insane shift of executives eliminated the state and put a heavy blow on the ability to implement the coalition program. The illogical change of ministers, deputy ministers and civil servants creates a professional shortage and boycott the implementation of the program.
This is in the position of the NFFSB, announced by the leader of the formation and Deputy Prime Minister Valeri Simeonov in the social network of Facebook, regarding the latest personnel changes in the government.
Simeonov categorically believes that the NFFS is opposed to Borisov's only style management in terms of frameworks, which is not coordinated with the coalition partners and contradicts paragraph 6 of the Coalition Agreement.
"Every new appointment takes time to explore the area and build effective relationships within the department." Frequent changes in leadership positions create temporary tension and paralysis in entire areas.
The change of ministers, without any justification, often without even a simple human logic, creates a feeling of insecurity among the other members of the Council of Ministers, since the redundancies in question are not the result of non-work, but of accidental incidents. , marginally directed protests or unproven accusations.
How can we expect decades of professional professionals to carry out their duties meticulously when they are daily afraid to be dismissed for no reason and without cause, humiliated in society and forced to represent the redundancies in question as their personal dismissal decisions.
For which political responsibility can we talk if none of the three ministers – Nikolay Nankov, Valentin Radev and Ivaylo Moskovski – has any direct blame for the Svoge crash that took 17 lives. On the same day, more than 4,000 vehicles crossed the road in heavier conditions – torrential rain, heavy traffic, etc. But only the bus in question, leading to an important reason – the fault of a driver.
What is the "political" error of the "political" responsibility ministers after their resignation was not made with a political decision of the coalition. Moreover, GERB members and sympathizers formed few hours after the dismissal of the three ministerial groups on Facebook to support them, also with the cooperation of GERB members.
For every normal person it is doubtful whether the cause of the tragic incident in Svoge asphalt pavement is of poor quality, provided that the research samples were taken literally yesterday and the results will be ready in time. This version was thrown in by incompetent journalists in the first hours after the tragedy and was comfortably taken by the opposition and part of the verdict.
To which normal person is not clear that with the redundancies in question, the prime minister strives to quickly stop the public grievances and protect the personal assessment.
The forced resignation of Ministers Nankov, Radev and Moskovski are the last disgraceful case of the series of resignation under external pressure and not because of the non-fulfillment of official duties.
General Nikolay Petrov was fired for his unjustified charges against his daughter's friend. Because of this logic, he could for example be dismissed because his cousin had passed a red light.
Contrary to the constitutional separation of powers, the Prime Minister seized coarse in the work of the National Assembly and the chairman Dimitar Glavchov rejected the application of the Rules of the National Assembly to a disquieting Member of the BSP. Again, the reputation of a respectable man was a blemish.
Former Minister of Energy, current member of parliament and chairman of the Energy Committee on 43 and 44 SC Dejan Dobrev was advised to resign due to unfounded accusations from the opposition. This was the first of a series of generous GERB attacks on the unintelligibly meaningful opposition of the BSP. Thanks to this series of gestures, BSP strengthened its ranks and overcame internal struggle for power. In recent months, understanding the vulnerability of GERB's leadership, the BSP determines the political agenda of the state, and provokes a scandal after a scandal.
Because of her acquaintance with a private manager in the process of concluding a private deal, Temenujka Petkova was forced to "resign" but resigned, but it was not accepted.
The Bulgarian Director Labor and Social Policy, Biser Petkov, was the next "resigned" by the prime minister in his quest to suppress another aggressive protest before the National Assembly.
Deputy Minister of Social Affairs Rositsa Dimitrova, also a proffesor, was "free" because of "crime" that she traveled with a business class ticket purchased at the last minute of the MLSP protocol. There is hardly a peer who does not know that in the plane, the stadium and the theater, the last tickets are sold the most expensive. Dimitrova was fired not because of not fulfilling her duties, but because of her participation in an important international forum she had represented.
At the same time, another minister made himself a sophomore with famous people in Hollywood during the presentation of the Oscars. She did not get to hear how much money she had flown to the United States and the public did not know in the end who the charity company had borne the costs for that fun.
The leadership of MAFG was beheaded in one go. This time they were "resigned" Tsvetan Dimitrov, Georgi Pramatarov and Zlatka Nazelova. The layoffs were the result of a targeted protest at the CM of the pseudo breeders who frown skillfully in the scandal of the Stingja sheep plague.
Of course, the question would be why PP NSFB places the subject of the dismissals of GERB frameworks. The answer is elementary – we are concerned about this governance model that jeopardizes the implementation of the government coalition program.
The burgeoning disappointment of nearly 30 years of Bulgarian expects the government to solve the difficult problems, and this can only be achieved by taking courageous and determined actions by daring and determined management professionals. The unique staff policy of removing responsible professionals without arguments and for reasons unrelated to their work creates a sense of insecurity and fear among their colleagues in the Council of Ministers and the government administration as a whole. This determines in advance the appointment of cowardly and executive "ladybugs".
Bulgaria is in a period of serious demographic crisis, affecting in particular skilled, intelligent and managerial staff. It is a fair story that ministers will always be prepared, but the NFSB is concerned about the government's personnel potential. Dismissal of eminent professionals can not be an antidote to dissatisfied dissatisfaction, slander and compromise, blown up by a coalition that wants to fail in the coalition government.
The government inevitably brings negative consequences and rapid populist fire fighting solutions are an ointment for only ten percent, not particularly intelligent, and hate all compatriots. This pattern of government repels both the sympathizers of the ruling parties and those 40-50% non-voters who are insulted by the profanisation of politics. They all have expectations but do not see any serious changes.
We once again emphasize from the NFSA that serious reforms must be implemented and that responsibility for this must inevitably be borne. We want to remind our coalition partners that the slogan of our party, also adopted as a slogan of the coalition, is BULGARIA ABOUT ALL, and not the RATING ABOVE EVERYTHING!
The political agreement between us and our partners was not to push the European presidency in any way, to choose the parties' headquarters in the ministries, and to ensure that we do not notice widespread corruption, lobbyism and lawlessness.
NMSR will vote against the resignations of Nankov, Radev and Moskovski, "says Valeri Simeonov.