Temporary, how temporary?!
In his weekly column "Max's Column" for TBmagazine, Maxim Behar talks about the difficulties and changes in the Bulgarian economy and business and the only force that counts - experience.
Well, temporary governments in Bulgaria have become permanent. It is more than clear that the very institution of so-called caretaker governments is completely redundant. Ministers, deputy ministers, administration... They have no ending! But it's not a problem at all, I have no worries that soon my Facebook list will be filled with former... all kinds of positions, some of them even fictional. The point is different.
Businesses, investors, start-ups, even the retailers in small shops and major hypermarkets only want one thing. Security. That is why caretaker, or temporary governments are completely and totally unnecessary. The whole rollercoaster of people, of ideas (some crazy), makes the country tremble like in an earthquake that has already lasted for years.
The first job of any majority in the next parliament will be to rewrite the notorious constitution and get this madness in order. And probably many more.