The ninety-first Cabinet of Bulgaria was an interim technocratic government set up by President Rosen Plevneliev's decree № 56 following the resignation of the Borisov government.[1] The government, headed by Prime Minister Marin Raykov, ruled from March 13, 2013 to May 29, 2013, at which time the new cabinet took office.

Raykov Government

91st Cabinet of Bulgaria
Date formedMarch 13, 2013
Date dissolvedMay 29, 2013
People and organisations
Head of statePresident Rosen Plevneliev
Head of governmentMarin Raykov
Deputy head of government
See list
  • Ekaterina Zakharieva (Regional Development)
    Deyana Kostadinova (Labor and Social Policy)
    Iliyana Tsanova (Management of EU Funds)
Status in legislatureProvisional Government
PredecessorBorisov Government
SuccessorOresharski Government

Cabinet edit

Ministry Minister Party
Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign affairs Marin Raykov Independent
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Regional Development Ekaterina Zakharieva Independent
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Labor and Social Policy Deyana Kostadinova Independent
Deputy Prime Minister and Management of EU Funds Iliyana Tsanova Independent
Minister of Interior Petya Parvanova Independent
Minister of Finance Kalin Hristov Independent
Minister of Economy, Energy and Tourism Asen Vasilev Independent
Ministry of Education, Youth and Science Nikolay Miloshev Independent
Minister of Justice Dragomir Yordanov Independent
Minister of Defence Todor Tagaryev Independent
Ministry of Agriculture and Food Ivan Stankov Independent
Ministry of Transport, Information Technology and Communications Kristian Krastev Independent
Minister of Environment and Water Julian Popov Independent
Minister of Health Nikolay Petrov Independent
Ministry of Culture Vladimir Penev Independent
Minister of Physical Education and Sports Petar Stoychev Independent
Minister without Portfolio and e-Government Roman Vasilev Independent

Only 1 member of the Raykov government is known to have had affiliations with the Committee for State Security.[2]

References edit

  1. ^ "Президентът назначи служебното правителство и насрочи изборите" (in Bulgarian). 13 March 2013. Retrieved 12 July 2014.
  2. ^ "Кабинетът "Близнашки" чист откъм агенти на ДС". 17 October 2014.

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