Bulgarian labor minister says government has no intention of stepping down
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With Angola's economy battling, anti-government protests have been brutally subdued. But demonstrators are not backing down, and plan to take to the streets again on Wednesday — Angola's independence day.
Riot police and anti-government protesters faced off outside parliament with both sides suffering injuries. Prime Minister Borisov tried to push through a constitutional amendment while accused of corruption.
Bulgarian protesters have occupied two major crossroads in the capital, Sofia, promising to block the traffic until the government resigns. They accuse the administration of corruption and suppressing freedom of speech.
Protests against Prime Minister Borissov's government show no signs of abating amid accusations of corruption. President Rumen Radev has backed protesters after his offices were raided by armed officers last week.
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