Bulgarian protesters rally for the 25th consecutive day

For a 25th consecutive day anti-government protests were held across Bulgaria. Around 3,500 people were protesting in front of the building of the Council of Ministers in the Bulgarian capital Sofia at 7:30 p.m. local time on Monday, announced the press centre of the Interior Ministry. According to the protestors they were much more.

They gathered in front of the building of the Council of Ministers at around 6:30 p.m. local time, blocking the traffic in Tsar Osvoboditel and Alexander Dondukov boulevards.

At the very beginning an argument broke out between some of the protestors and people who supported an initiative called “an unconditional base income.” The former labelled the latter provocateurs. The supporters of the initiative went away from the anti-government protest.

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