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The police are tired and demoralized, they want to leave their jobs

25 July 2013 / 01:07:49  GRReporter
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My opinion is that a vacuum has formed in politics that will become more apparent and noticeable after the collapse of the current government. However, vacuum forming is difficult both in politics and in life. Usually, something fills this space. I think that these will be both constructive, creative and civilized political organizations, and several new types of populist and nationalist structures. But that is life. Let us hope that we will move forward in this way too.

I do not trust sociology. And to the question of "when there is no alternative why should we put up with a corrupt government," I reply with a very nice example. It is like saying, "why should I divorce since I have not found my next spouse". This is unacceptable from a purely moral point of view. And lately, the word "morality" is often mentioned on the yellow paving stones in Sofia and this is something that I wish will happen.

The only thing which is taking place in the political arena is the reformist bloc. Will it be established and could it be an alternative to the government?

I am slightly pessimistic in order to keep the chance of being pleasantly surprised.

Tags: PoliticsBulgariaProtestsClashesPoliceAntigovernment press centreNikolai Staikov
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