About 150 people protested over the Black Sea coast overdevelopment and amendments adopted yesterday in the Black Sea Coast Planning Act, Bulgaria National Radio reported.
According to the demonstrators, changes in the law limit free camping, but they do not solve the problem of over-developing the Bulgarian Black Sea coast, as well as the privatization of beaches and dunes, many of which are private, even though this is illegal.
Protesters said they were ready to share more. On Monday, they will submit a letter asking President Rumen Radev to veto the law.
About an hour later, the movement around Orlov Most was restored and, according to the City of Sofia, today's protest was not regulated.
Yesterday, the movement of the Orlov Bridge was again blocked by protesters after lawmakers finally banned the installation of tents on the sand dunes.