The protest took place on the streets of Varna. In addition to high fuel prices and vehicle tax charges, hundreds of dissatisfied people have supported mothers of disabled children.
"Civil unrest has already started to get worse and it's not normal," said the seafront treadmill.
Protests against fuel prices continue
The demonstration in Blagoevgrad will start at 11 am and the Neofit Rilski University in South West
From the start of the parade, the support of the Bulgarian flag and folk musicians has become the ministry's position in Varna. When they dance, "Get Up!".
Hundreds of demonstrators took their cars on Kazanlak streets. In addition to high fuel prices, citizens complained about the high cost of compulsory third-party liability insurance. Kazanlakani was threatenedif their demands are not listened, they will continue with protests.
Dobrich and Star Zagoras are not at the top of fuel prices
According to them, there is no real reason for the price increase
Protests are also held in other cities of the country. National protests are expected in 33 cities of Bulgaria, including the capital on Sunday.