PATIENCE RUNNING OUT IN BULGARIA

Protesters in Bulgaria pack the streets of Sofia each evening, but after 35 days in a row, their patience with Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski’s government is wafer-thin, BBC reports.

The words chanted by the crowds are blunt and uncompromising, led by one with three syllables: “Ostavka!” (Resign!).

Interior Minister Tsvetlin Yovchev says the protesters’ main demand will not be met.

Source: BBC News

17.07.2013