Protest in front of Council of Ministers against Delyan Peevski (June 15 2013)

360 градусова виртуална разходка показваща протест на граждани срещу назначаването на Делян Пеевски за председател на ДАНС - Държавна агенция за национална сигурност. Пеевски има съмнително минало и предполагаеми връзки с мафията.

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