According to FYROM’s newspaper Vreme, a group of Bulgarian will stage a protest in front of FYROM’s embassy in Bulgaria as a mark of support to Spaska Mitrova from Gevgelija whom “they believe to be unfairly sentenced on three-month imprisonment”.
The citizens decided to organize the protest in Facebook since FYROM’s President Gjorge Ivanov refused to pardon Mitrova over humane reasons.
Apart from the three-month sentence, Mitrova got another ten-month suspended sentence because of calling judge Ivan Stamenov “udbash” (member of the secret police of former Yugoslavia).
Meanwhile, VMRO – Bulgarian national movement announced it will start collecting signatures in support of Mitrova and the subscription list will be filed to the state leadership.
Source: Focus Information Agency
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