Despite the resignation of the Bulgarian government, protest rallies are scheduled again across the country.
The demonstrators, who shouted for days "Borisov Out," and "Resignation," say the move will not do anything to fulfill their other demands to tame the skyrocketing utility bills, and beyond that – immediate summon of a Great General Assembly, new Constitution, a majority vote, and 50% civil participation in the regulators.
They even invited Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, to join them at the rally that should be taking place Sunday....
call 112 ? it is exactly the police the escalate tensions and beat people. Why the heck would anyone call them to come to the protest. Nonesense. They are out of control, even Minister of interior has no control of the Buglarian Militia.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov leaves the parliamentary session in Kiev, Ukraine, 03 December 2013 after the Ukrainian parliament rejected a no-confidence vote against the government....
"Hanukkah teaches us how to seek hope instead of despair even in the darkest and most hopeless moments. The miracle of Hanukkah reminds us of age-old Bulgarian virtues of tolerance, hospitability and humaneness. An example of that is the miracle ... read
A husband comes home late in the night. His wife starts yelling at him:
“Where the heck have you been?”