Bulgarian President Calls For Government To Resign Amid Protests Against Corruption.

Bulgarian President Rumen Radev has called on the government and the prosecutor-general to step down as thousands of citizens gathered in the capital and near a beach on the Black Sea to protest corruption within the nation’s elite. 

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