Protesters rally in Bulgaria for the 20th Day

For a sixth morning in a row, Bulgarians will stage a coffee-drinking anti-government protest in front of the Parliament building in downtown Sofia.

The demonstration on Wednesday morning is expected to be the largest rally held in front of Parliament so far.

The anti-government protest starts at 8 am and is to last until midnight.

People are invited to wear white doctors’ aprons symbolizing the strive for “civic treatment” aimed at curing politics of mafia dependencies and the impact of nationalist leader Volen Siderov.

The organizers of the event plan to remain in front of the Parliament building until their demands are fulfilled in a sort of Occupy-like demonstration.

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