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GERB activists hold protest at Alepu beach

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Chanting the slogan "Maya out!" allies and representatives of GERB political party in Primorsko and Burgas, including the mayor of Burgas Dimitar Nikolov, gathered at the controversial construction of a retaining wall in the Aleppu area on the Black Sea coast, BNR Burgas reported. "Is this Maya Manolova's new hotel?" They asked via an online broadcast on Facebook.

According to information from these days, the hotel which was declared to be a retaining wall has a new owner, who is the brother of a member of the civil platform "Stand Up.BG" of Maya Manolova. Manolova, who is the chairwoman of the parliamentary group of "Stand up! Thugs out!" dissociated herself from the construction and demanded that it be demolished. She said the new investor was a municipal councilor from another party.

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