Roma people complain against hate speech

Photo: BGNES

Roma people marched downtown Sofia, expressing their discontent against hate speech. The protest was due to words of co-Chair of the Patriotic Front Valeri Simeonov, blaming Roma people for having turned into arrogant, presumptuous and ferocious apes that were ready to kill for the purpose of burglaries. A subscription of the protesters insists on an official statement of the Bulgarian institutions, alongside actions, preventing hate speech.


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