The demonstrators returned to the streets of Bulgaria on Tuesday evening to protest the Boiko Borisov executive after the country’s government approved the motion of no confidence agreed hours ago.
Before the vote on censure was passed, crowds had gathered to raise the country’s flag, play music and sing, an initiative of the socialist opposition, but failed due to parliamentary support from the coalition government.
After the vote, some of the protesters moved to Sofia International Airport to block Borisov’s passage on his return from the European summit, but failed.
The demonstrators have promised to continue the protests that started two weeks ago to demand Borisov’s resignation and the calling of elections. According to the Bulgarian news agency Focus, concentrations have been registered not only in the streets of the capital Sofia, but also in the cities of Varna, Burgas and Blagoevgrad.