Bulgarian Protest in support of Spaska Mitrova to be staged at FYROM’s embassy in Bulgaria

 
News Bulgarian Protest in support of Spaska Mitrova to be staged at FYROMs embassy in Bulgaria
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.

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