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October 28, 2013

Students #OccupySU, protest Bulgaria corruption

Sofia University administrators forced to cancel classes as dozens of students occupy main lecture hall.
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A placard on the door reads “Occupation” at one of the entrances of the university in Sofia, Bulgaria, October 26, 2013. EPA/VASSIL DONEV

Administrators cancelled Monday's classes at Bulgaria's Sofia University, five days after student protesters began occupying one of the university's main lecture halls. The protesters are demanding Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski's resignation and calling for new elections, criticising what they call "widespread criminal lawlessness in the highest levels of government".

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