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Global Anti-Goverment Protests

Bulgaria

BULGARIA:

  • BULGARIA: Thousands of anti-government protesters had gathered to block the parliament building before lawmakers returned after a summer break. The demonstrators –who clash with the police outside parliament- accused the government of corruption and protecting powerful tycoons. People have taken to the streets in Bulgaria for the last two months

SOURCE: DW

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Global Anti-Goverment Protests

Bulgaria

BULGARIA:

  • BULGARIA: As anti-government protests in Bulgaria stretch into their second month, demonstrators are blocking major roads in the capital Sofia and in other locations throughout the country. A group of protesters also went on a hunger strike and now they are planning to relay each other.

SOURCE: EURONEWS

 

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Global Anti-Goverment Protests

Bulgaria

BULGARIA:

  • BULGARIA: Anti-corruption protests enter thirtieth consecutive day. Thousands of people have been taking part in protests every evening demanding the resignation of the government of Boïko Borissov, who’s been in power since 2009, accusing it of corruption.

SOURCE: EURONEWS

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Global Anti-Goverment Protests

Bulgaria

BULGARIA:

  • BULGARIA: The Bulgarian prime minister’s offer to resign in an attempt to calm month-long protests appeared to have fallen on deaf ears. A few hours later, protesters gathered for their daily rally; many said they remain unconvinced.

SOURCE: EURONEWS https://www.euronews.com/2020/08/06/bulgarian-pm-borissov-s-offer-to-step-down-fails-to-deter-protesters

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Global Anti-Goverment Protests

Bulgaria

BULGARIA:

  • BULGARIA: Anti-government protesters have occupied two major crossroads in Sofia promising to block the traffic until Prime Minister Boyko Borissov government resigns. They accuse the administration of corruption and suppressing freedom of speech.

SOURCE: DW                                             https://www.dw.com/en/bulgaria-anti-government-protesters-block-crossroads/a-54381203

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Global Geopolitics

Global Geopolitic Newsletter

EUROPE:

  • The Russian Foreign Ministry announced that the Bulgarian section of the TurkStream natural gas pipeline from Russia, known as Balkan Stream, is set to be completed as scheduled (by January 1 2021), despite USA sanctions on companies involved in Russian energy projects. The route goes through Bulgaria, Serbia and Hungary to deliver gas to the European consumers.

SOURCE: RT                                     https://www.rt.com/business/495598-bulgaria-continues-turkstream-construction/


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