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Police clear anti-government protest camps throughout Bulgaria

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The Bulgarian police has cleared unauthorised protest camps that have been blocking roads and enraging residents throughout weeks of anti-government demonstrations.Two dozen tents have been faraway from three foremost intersections within the capital Sofia, which have been erected per week in the past with out authorisation in an effort to block visitors, police mentioned on Friday.
The police reacted to a whole bunch of residents complaining they may not use non-public or public transport. “We are not going to permit new blockades of intersections,” mentioned Toni Todorov, vice chief of police.
At least 12 protesters have been additionally arrested and fined in Sofia. One protest group instantly known as for brand new protests after the removing of the tents.
The police additionally cleared comparable blockades within the seaside metropolis Varna and in Plovdiv, in addition to a blockade of an interstate street within the south of the nation. The authorities declared it will not stand down ‘beneath strain from avenue protests’ [Nikolay Doychinov/AFP]  Protesters have known as for the resignation of Prime Minister Boyko Borisov’s authorities for a month.
The demonstrators, supported by the opposition Socialists and Bulgaria’s President Rumen Radev, say the federal government is corrupt and has hyperlinks to oligarchs.
The authorities, a nationalist-conservative coalition which has been in energy since 2017, declared it will not stand down “under pressure from street protests”.

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