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3,000 fascists mobilise

Bulgaria’s far-right, nationalist party Ataka organised its traditional National Liberation Day march on Saturday. Addressing a mob of more than 3,000 followers, organisers explained how Ataka is preparing for the 2012 general elections. The march started from the National Palace of Culture and went through central Sofia to the Nevsky Square, with several stops at government buildings including the Finance and Economy Ministries. There, Ataka leader, Volen Siderov, demanded the resignation of their respective ministers, Simeon Djankov and Traicho Traikov, for betraying national interests and “working for colonisers and for the impoverishment of Bulgarians.”

via HOPE not hate international: 3,000 fascists mobilise.

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