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Anti-government protests continue

The protest in front of the central court house in Sofia
Photo: BGNES

A demonstration under the slogan “Justice without a cap” took place in front of the Court House in Sofia demanding the resignation of Prosecutor General Ivan Geshev, BGNES reports. The protesters stated they would continue their protest tomorrow morning in front of the building of the Supreme Judicial Council, which is to discuss whether there exist grounds for the dismissal of the prosecutor general.  

The protesters proceeded to the city centre to join the anti-government protest which has been demanding the resignation of the prime minister, the government, the prosecutor general and the holding of early elections for more than three months.  

Sofia city mayor Yordanka Fandakova urged the police to monitor compliance with mask-wearing rules by the protesters. 

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