Disabled Boy Was Left to the Care of the Bulgarian Prime Minister

An 18-year-old boy with cerebral palsy was left to the care of the Prime Minister Boyko Borisov. The aim of his family is to show the prime minister the day-to-day difficulties of the parents of children with disabilities.

Petar Mavrodiev was left in the Council of Ministers with a bag of clothes, the equipment he needs and a letter with instructions for the care he needs. Peter will be studying Social pedagogy this year at the University of Plovdiv. The future student needs rehabilitation and a variety of therapeutic procedures to show his potential.

Meanwhile, today parents of people with disabilities, their relatives and citizens from all over Bulgaria are uniting in a protest in Sofia. They will gather at 5 pm in front of the National Assembly, and the national protest against the system will go on to the Council of Ministers. According to them, the system has prompted 1,200,000 Bulgarians for ten years.

At the same time, the working group at the Social Ministry will gather to draft a new law in order for the texts to enter the Parliament in the autumn.

Petya Petrova

Petya Petrova is a journalist, believer, and traveler.

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