Monday, 12 October 2009

Who Will Be The EU President? - It Is Sure To Be A Comedian

The more I hear and see of the former Tsar Simeon Saxe-Coberg, the more I don’t like him. He was born with a silver spoon in his mouth and has led a life of luxury every since. He is a failed Prime Minister and has apparently only came back from Spain to save his assets and land in Bulgaria after communism fell. He is actually a laughing stock for impressionists on TV. I really don’t’ know what the fuss is all about really with this repost as he has no chance of getting his ponsed up title of EU President anyway as Blair will probably get it. I really could care an ounce anyway as they are all comedians!

WhoWill Be The EU President? - It Is Sure To Be A Comedian

Bulgaria’s Prime Minister has made it clear he will not nominate former Tsar Simeon Saxe-Coburg for the race for the soon-to-be-created post of European Union President.
Boyko Borisov, who once served as a bodyguard to the former Tsar and Prime Minister Saxe-Coburg, vehemently opposed the suggestion made earlier in the week by former Foreign Minister Solomon Passy.

“This issue has been decided by another race that took place a few months ago,” Boyko Borisov commented, referring to the general elections in July when his party GERB swept an overwhelming victory.

“He [Simeon Saxe-Coburg] threw me out on the street and left me alone,” Borisov, who was also former Chief Secretary of the Interior Ministry, commented.

Bulgaria’s last Tsar, Simeon Saxe-Coburg, who also served as the country’s prime minister in 2001-2005, was surprisingly tipped to become the European Union’s President by Solomon Passy, honorary president of the Atlantic Club in Bulgaria and former foreign minister.

“There are just a few personalities in Bulgaria, which are suitable for the post. One of them certianly is Simeon Saxe-Coburg. Even when he was still a prime minister of a country non-member of the European Union, he was called Mr Europe,” Passy said on Tuesday.

Passy did not hesitate to draw parallels with the unexpected election of Bulgarian Irina Bokova as UNESCO Director General.

“This example shows that if the country has no problem to nominate a candidate to lead an organization of 200 nations, there should be no obstacles to pick a runner for the presidency of a family made up of 27 countries,” he commented.

Simeon Saxe-Coburg was Tsar of Bulgaria between 1943 and 1946 when at the age of eight he was exiled by the communist regime to Spain, where he spent most of his life.

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