In Sofia, protesters gathered outside the national TV
The thirteenth day of anti-government protests was held on Tuesday in the Bulgarian capital Sofia after the rejection of the vote of no confidence in the current government, the protesters marched through the centre of Sofia and went to the building of the Bulgarian national television to demand the resignation of its CEO, reports the Bulgarian national radio (BNR).
Earlier it was reported that the Bulgarian socialist party (BSP) on July 15, the fifth time submitted to Parliament the question of the censure motion which the opposition accuses of corruption. On Tuesday, the national Assembly (Parliament) at the meeting voted against the vote of no confidence in the current Cabinet of Ministers, headed by Boyko Borisov.
According to the radio, in General, the 13th day of protests passed without incident. Disgruntled citizens continued to call for the resignation of Borisov and the chief Prosecutor Ivan Geshev, radio station. It is also noted that the demonstrators demanded the adoption of machine voting and the convening of the Grand national Assembly, "which would limit the powers of the Prosecutor".
According to radio, the protesters on Tuesday marched through the main boulevards of Sofia, some of them went to the building of the Bulgarian national television to demand the resignation of the Director General.
Protests in Bulgaria continue from 9 July. They started in Sofia with thousands of actions in support of the President rumen Radeva, who in February said the loss of the government's trust.
In January, the BSP initiated the vote of no confidence in the Council of Ministers, who was accused of the failure of the policy in the sphere of environmental protection and water supply. Then the majority of deputies rejected the initiative. After the Parliament on July 21 for the second time supported the government, a new proposal for a vote of no confidence cannot be made earlier than six months.