Bulgaria's Prime Minister Boyko Borisov and his cabinet have made a total of 400 promises over the past year and have partially or entirely fulfilled some 10% of them.
Some 30% of the promises made are in the process of being fulfilled, while 60% have not been fulfilled, according to Politikat.net, a site dedicated to monitoring the Bulgarian politicians' activity.
Borisov has topped the list of most promises made per cabinet member, according to a representative of the Civil Initiative for Decreasing the Political Hypocricy, which created the website a year ago.
A total of 184 promises have been registered as made by the Bulgarian Prime Minister over the last year, of which 13 have been fulfilled partially or entirely, the representative has revealed during a press conference, according to the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency.
"No development" has been seen by the authors of the project on a further 71 of Borisov's promises, while 30 have been classified as "unfulfilled". (Source: Sofia News Agency)