Bulgarian President Radev on Gabrovo: ‘Anger of people is understandable’

Whole generations in Bulgaria have grown up with a sense of impunity, resulting in this arbitrariness and the anger of people is understandable, President Roumen Radev said in a comment on Gabrovo, scene of days of anti-Roma protests that periodically turned violent.

The protests in the central Bulgarian town began after video emerged of three men of Roma ethnicity beating a shop assistant.

Radev, a frequent critic of the government, said that the main problem is in lawlessness, which is an overall problem for the state as well.

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