Several hours after the violent clashes between the protesters and police outside the parliament building, GRReporter talked with Nikolai Staikov from the Antigovernment press centre, a unique tool in the media war that is taking place in Bulgaria.
The peaceful protest of thousands of Bulgarians who refuse to live in a mafia state may not have moved the world's media in recent weeks, but the gendarmerie and beating outside the parliament building on Wednesday morning have attracted their attention. "Protesters besieged the parliament building in Bulgaria" was the most common title in the Greek media related to the developments in Sofia on Wednesday morning.
It is "the end of public health". This is how doctors and medical staff define the government's plan to close 50 of the 132 hospitals in Greece. The employees in the National Health Organization for Health Care Provision have announced on Wednesday a 24-hour strike to show their disagreement with the policy pursued.