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Rumen Radev: Protests are legally, I expect the government and the SC to identify
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Protests are a democratic right, and they also win Bulgarian hopes and dignity as citizens. So, in my opinion, these protests are also lawful. This was noted by President Rumen Radev who visited the 61st Stryama Mechanized Brigade in Karlovo.
Power is actually punishing citizens about the poverty that it overshadows. Not only that, but the voice of citizens, their pain and their concerns are not heard, they do not somehow reach the government. The power loses its sensors, its perception of people's problems, and if there is no accessibility, if there are insufficient measures, if massive and sinic statements continue, if people's misunderstanding continues, Legal to these protests continued, Radev said.
The president also said he could not say whether the protests had been politically directed.
"I believe that no-one can get people out of the street. Resignation at a time of rising prices, inflation, increasing crime does not respond but abolish responsibility. Power should know that to refuse the government and escape Problems are a moral obstacle to the ambition of having power again. That is why I expect the government and the SC to identify the result of this situation, the president also stressed.