Young people occupying institutions all over the country amid growing anger over corruption and unemployment
For months on end, furious Bulgarian protestors have been gathering in front of parliament in Sofia to accuse the government of corruption and demand its resignation.
Sofia, Bulgaria’s capital, has probably set a world record - even if few outsiders are taking notice. The yellow cobblestones along its central boulevard have seen more than 150 consecutive days of protest.
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from The Independent
Bulgaria plans to tap international bond markets next year for the first time since 2012 to repay maturing debt, Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski said, pledging to resist protests demanding his resignation.
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University students have tried to blockade politicians inside the Bulgarian parliament in Sofia as part of an ongoing protest against alleged corruption and the way the country is run.
Students chained and padlocked doors at Bulgaria’s largest university on Monday as demonstrators reignited protests against official corruption and disarray just six months after the current Socialist-led Bulgarian government took office.
Students in the Bulgarian capital Sofia have chained the doors of the country's biggest university as anti-government unrest continues.
Bulgarian students found the gates of Sofia University padlocked and chained shut on Monday morning after thousands marched in downtown Sofia on Sunday to complain that Bulgaria was still not stable, prosperous or well governed, exactly 24 years after the
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