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Commenting article: Clashes Erupt in Bulgarian Stara Zagora over Illegal Houses Demolition

Clashes broke out between the Gendarmerie and the inhabitants of the Roma neighborhood in Bulgaria's city of Stara Zagora, Monday morning.

A total of 55 illegally built houses are being demolished in Lozenets district. By order of the Mayor Zhivko Todorov, their forced removal began at 7:30 am Monday, Nova TV reports.

The owners of the buildings have been notified within the legal deadlines with municipal acts and orders. Still, the tension has escalated leading to clashes between the locals and the Gendarmerie.

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#1
Goodnews - 21 Jul 2014 // 10:31:35

Now if the order is carried out that is fair and equal society. Cannot be this one set of laws for the poor of one colour and another for the poor of another colour.

This allowance of turning a blind eye must stop and removal of these houses is fair and equal treatment; genuine integration.

Back to school kids, and learn., after all we are all someone's child.

#2
bad news - 22 Jul 2014 // 06:42:08

'Integration' ha ha ha , ho ho ho. Where do the Roma integrate,? should be made a heritage site.

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