Protests in Bulgaria: Police Detain More Than 100 People

Protests in Bulgaria: Police Detain More Than 100 People

Security forces claim that 80 law enforcement officers were injured. Medics say they have examined 60 protesters and 30 police officers.
Security forces detained 126 people at protests outside the parliament building in Sofia, Bulgaria. This is reported by Balkan Insight on Thursday, September 3.

Police say 80 law enforcement officers were injured in the clashes. At the same time, the medics report that they examined 60 protesters and 30 policemen.

At night, the security forces once again destroyed the barricades and tents that the protesters had set up in the center of the Bulgarian capital.

Protesters in Bulgaria are demanding the resignation of the government. The protests began after security forces searched the administration of Radev, which was critical of Borisov’s government, on July 9.

Earlier in Bulgaria, police demolished tent cities of protesters. The demolition of the tents took place at night in three Bulgarian cities. People had a few minutes to pick up their personal belongings, and then the security forces took everything out in trucks.

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