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Nationwide antigovernment protest mottoed “Together we shall be victorious””, tonight

Narodno Subranie square
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A national protest rally mottoed “Together we shall be victorious” is scheduled for 5 PM today, 21 November in Narodno Subranie square in front of the historical building of the National Assembly, the organizers have announced.

“The reasons for such a national protest forum are still the fundamental demands of the living “Protest 2020”. Our demands remain unchanged – resignation of the prime minister, of the prosecutor general and of parliament, and the holding of early parliamentary elections for a 45th National Assembly,” said one of the organizers Nikolay Zehirev, as quoted by BGNES.

The opposition non-parliamentary party ABV stated they support the protest and will take part in it. The mothers of children with disabilities from “The system is killing us” will also join the protest rally. 

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