The 14. Night in a row in Bulgaria thousands of protesters demanding the resignation of the government of Prime Minister Boiko Borisov. In the capital Sofia to protest participants threw on Wednesday before the court of justice screen caps in the direction of the building. Thus, they stressed their demand even after the resignation of the Prosecutor-General Ivan Geschew. This often wears caps.
The former justice Minister Hristo Ivanov (2014-15) required, meanwhile, to the Supreme Judicial Council and the government of the resignation of the attorney-General. He justified this with Geschews "violations of the criminal procedure code". Ivanov, the Minister was in Borissows second government, is now co-chair of the pro-European grouping of Democratic Bulgaria. It is not represented in the Parliament, but has many supporters among the protesters.
The protesters chanted in front of the seat of government "elections!". Then they went with drums and national flags through the city centre of Sofia. Were blocking the Central Boulevard Zar Oswoboditel (liberator-Tsar), main roads, and the large intersection of Orlov Most (eagles bridge).
since may of 2017, President of the bourgeois-nationalist coalition had trust on Tuesday, with allegations of corruption, following a reasoned motion of censure in Parliament over. It was requested by the socialists. Borisov had already previously announced a government reshuffle. On Wednesday, he spoke about it with his coalition partners. Details were not known.Updated Date: 22 July 2020, 20:19