Tens of thousands of Bulgarians are voicing their anger over political corruption, abuse of power and economic hardship
In recent weeks the world has been transfixed by protests in Turkey and Brazil. Fewer media outlets have reported on the anti-government protests in Bulgaria, now well into their second week. But make no mistake about it: Bulgaria is undergoing a profound crisis of representation.
Riot police once again used water cannons and tear gas to disperse thousands of protesters who had gathered in Taksim Square on Tuesday, the latest show of force by Turkish authorities in the demonstrations that have been raging there for nearly two weeks