Bulgaarse betogers eisen steeds meer: de hele regering moet nu weg

A demonstrator holds a Bulgarian flag during a protest outside the government headquarters in downtown Sofia on June 14, 2013, against the appointement of the new head of the DANS national security agency. The surprise appointment of a controversial young MP and media mogul to head Bulgaria's powerful national security agency DANS on Friday drew fury from the president and brought thousands of protesters to the streets. Delyan Peevski, a 32-year-old deputy from Turkish minority party MRF whose family owns several newspapers, TV channels and websites, was confirmed today as head of the DANS by parliament after being nominated by new Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski. TOPSHOTS/AFP PHOTO / DIMITAR DILKOFF
A demonstrator holds a Bulgarian flag during a protest outside the government headquarters in downtown Sofia on June 14, 2013, against the appointement of the new head of the DANS national security agency. The surprise appointment of a controversial young MP and media mogul to head Bulgaria's powerful national security agency DANS on Friday drew fury from the president and brought thousands of protesters to the streets. Delyan Peevski, a 32-year-old deputy from Turkish minority party MRF whose family owns several newspapers, TV channels and websites, was confirmed today as head of the DANS by parliament after being nominated by new Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski. TOPSHOTS/AFP PHOTO / DIMITAR DILKOFF AFP