50 Days of Anti-Government Protests in Bulgaria

September 5, 2020 by  
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Today is the 50th day of protests against the government and the chief prosecutor. Last night the dissatisfied brought a bedside table in front of the Council of Ministers. The reasons for Boyko Borissov’s resignation were written on it on white sheets.

They explained that this locker is the antithesis of the other – from the photos. And they put a clock on top to count the remaining time in the office.

And the most discussed topic last night was theĀ resignation of the Minister of Justice.

“No one is interested in this resignation. “The agenda is Borissov’s resignation, the resignation of his entire government,” protesters said.

“The reason for his resignation is not serious, because I realized that these were some comments addressed to him. In my opinion, this resignation will not help at all “, other dissatisfied people think.

The counter-protest

For the third night in a row, citizens gathered in front of the National Palace of Culture, condemning the actions of the blocked key places in Sofia and demanding the impeachment of President Rumen Radev, whom they call “the disintegrator of the nation.” There were mixed comments among the demonstrators about the resignation of Justice Minister Danail Kirilov.

Demonstration in front of the Spanish embassy

Demonstration in front of the Spanish embassy
A demonstration took place in front of the Spanish Embassy in Sofia. The “Together for Change” movement of politicians Alexander Tomov and Nastimir Ananiev insists on clarity about the investigation of the authorities in Madrid about the origin of the money with which property was acquired in Barcelona (allegedly owned by Prime Minister Boyko Borissov), BNR reported .