At an extraordinary sitting of the Council of Ministers, the government will discuss the resignation of Defense Minister Stefan Yanev and it will be voted on at an extraordinary sitting of the National Assembly. This was announced by Prime Minister Kiril Petkov in an extraordinary statement at the Council of Ministers. “No minister has the right to his own policy, especially on Facebook.”
The speech of the Prime Minister was preceded by a publication late last night by Stefan Yanev, from which it was clear that he will be removed from office: “Do not expect me to resign in this geopolitical situation. My responsibilities as Minister of Defense do not suggest it. As far as my resignation is only a matter of procedure, I rely on the coalition ‘partners’ and the political force that allegedly supported me to move things in the right order,” Stefan Yanev wrote last night on Facebook.
The Minister of Defense made additional suggestions: “The goal, of course, is not just to discredit me personally. The task is to vacate the post of Minister of Defense for someone who is more, so to speak, more responsive in pursuing specific external interests in determining the Bulgarian political agenda, including with regard to the military sphere and the decisions taken there”.
Stefan Yanev‘s resignation was discussed by Democratic Bulgaria with the prime minister and coalition partners on Friday. The reason for the unification of the issue of Yanev‘s removal is the statement of the Minister of Defense not to use the word “war” in the context of the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
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