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Parliamentary hearing of interior minister regarding police brutality during 2020 anti-government protests to be held today

Freeze-frame of the footage of police brutality at last year's protests
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The first item on the agenda of today’s National Assembly sitting is the hearing, in parliament, of Interior Minister in the caretaker cabinet Boyko Rashkov regarding the actions taken to identify the persons who exceeded their powers during the scenes of police brutality at the anti-government protests on 10 July, 2020 in front of the Council of Ministers building.

Minister Rashkov will also answer whether sanctions have been imposed and what steps have been taken to prevent this happening again. 

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