Anti-corruption protesters have been on the streets of Bulgarian cities since July demanding the government of Prime Minister Boyko Borissov step down. Bulgaria has the lowest GDP in the European Union and has been listed as the most corrupt country in the EU for seven years in a row. Tim Sebastian asks Denitsa Sacheva, the country's labor and social policy minister how she continues to serve in a government that has done so little to crack down on organized crime.
01:06 When is the government going to get the message and resign?
07:03 Mired in scandal
09:35 Full-service corruption
12:34 Views of people on the street
13:48 Respect for free press?
15:39 Afraid of the truth?
20:05 The UN doesn’t make up stories about Bulgaria
21:28 Inhuman treatment
24:25 European values
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