Wednesday, 24 July 2013

#BULGARIA PEACE OFFICER TRAP MAFIA MP's INSIDE MAFIA #PARLIAMENT

Just WATCH a few of these videos; DAY FORTY of BULGARIAN HEROES BLOCKADE OF PARLIAMENT (and they've managed to trap quite a few people INSIDE the Parliamentary building! ;) Of course, we've been covering events, long-time, in particular the ASSASSINS: .. dare you: http://www.occupythebanks.com/search?q=BULGARIA ?



"This is the moment that Bulgaria's government finally succumbed to the mounting pressure against it from mass protests across the nation.

Prime Minister Boiko Borisov addressed parliament on Wednesday and announced the resignation of the government.



The move comes after tens of thousands of Bulgarians rallied in several cities in protests which turned violent.

Many residents are deeply unhappy over high energy costs, power monopolies, low living standards and corruption in the EU's poorest country.

The Prime Minister tried to calm protests by sacking his finance minister, pledging to cut power prices and punishing foreign owned companies - but the measures failed to appease demonstrators.

Borisov can now try to form a new government using his rightist party's strong position in parliament.

If he fails to do so, an election scheduled for July may be brought forward."

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40 days of anti-government protests in Bulgaria - no comment 


Police in Bulgaria have broken up a blockade of Parliament by anti-government protesters to escort out more than 100 lawmakers and government Ministers who had been trapped inside the besieged building for more than eight hours. Tuesday marked the 40th straight day of mass protests against the country's embattled government and for the first time, police clashed with demonstrators.
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Mor Details for those that like to dig, a little deeper:

DOCUMENTARY: Bulgaria: Poverty Protests Rock EU's Poorest Country 

2013 has revealed the hidden face of Bulgaria: a nation worn down by poverty and rampant corruption. As Bulgarians take to the polls on May 12th, our reporters follow the main candidates on the campaign trail and look at a recent wave of tragic suicides by self-immolation. Meanwhile, MEP Ivailo Kalfin takes us to a local hospital to discuss the country's healthcare system and shares the secrets of a new form of solidarity: suspended breads for those who can't afford. Producer : France 24

40 days of anti-government protests in Bulgaria - no comment

Police in Bulgaria have broken up a blockade of Parliament by anti-government protesters to escort out more than 100 lawmakers and government Ministers who had been trapped inside the besieged building for more than eight hours. Tuesday marked the 40th straight day of mass protests against the country's embattled government and for the first time, police clashed with demonstrators.
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Bulgaria: Poverty Protests Rock EU's Poorest Country (Part 2) by tvnportal

40 days of anti-government protests in Bulgaria - no comment by Euronews
European Union... That's the name of a brand new metro station where MEP Mariya Gabriel shows us how EU funds have helped develop the country's infrastructure. We get off two stops down the line to discover recently excavated ruins of the ancient town of Serdika and we ask why Bulga




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