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President Rumen Radev: Change is inevitable

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“The mass protests belong to all citizens. The people in the squares today are neither smugglers, nor the mafia, they are the Bulgarian people, the only sovereign by virtue of the constitution, and they are determined to get their country back. Change is inevitable, any obstinacy by the government only deepens the crisis,” wrote President Rumen Radev on Facebook.

President Radev urged all people out in the square not to succumb to provocations, and stressed that the administration of the interior ministry is responsible for the lives of the protesting citizens.

“Our moral victory as a society will be in preserving civil peace,” Rumen Radev writes. 

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