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Parliament removes Kamen Plochev as national health fund manager

Parliament removes Kamen Plochev as national health fund manager

20 June 2018 | 11:28 | FOCUS News Agency
Sofia. The Parliament removed from office Prof. Kamen Plochev, head of the National Health Insurance Fund, Focus News Agency reports. The decision was supported by 109 MPs, while 72 voted against it and 30 abstained. In a letter to the fund’s board, Kamen Plochev said he had been absent for three months due to illness, unable to perform his duties, and that he would not be able to work for at least another month. He invited the board to decide on whether he could continue as the fund’s manager.
Focus recalls: Prof. Kamen Plochev was elected manager of the National Health Insurance Fund in July 2017, nominated by GERB and United Patriots. In February 2018, Prof. Kamen Plochev said he had been threatened into resigning but refused to reveal by whom. Shortly after that he took a sick leave. At the end of May, Prof. Plochev asked to step down from office, referring to a legal provision allowing him to resign and leave if he could not perform his duties for three months. Last week the fund’s board decided to send Plochev’s letter to the Parliament and let the MPs decide whether to remove him from office or not.
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