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Protest in front of Parliament
Sofia

Students, eco-activists, farmers and everyone else who is unsatisfied with the Bulgarian government were in front of the houses of Parliament.

With sound:

http://pano.bg360.net/sofia/protest_en.php

Copyright: Dimitar torbov
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