Nationalist demonstrations in Poland, anti-corruption political movements in Bulgaria

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Small selection of news broadcasts by European television channels on Thursday 11 November.

In Poland, nationalists take to the streets to challenge. In the city center of Warsaw (Poland), to celebrate the anniversary of the country’s independence, a rally was organized, supported by the far-right and conservative government. Main slogan: Protect Sovereignty. Emotions were further aggravated by the crisis with Belarus.

During the assembly elections in Bulgaria, two new faces have just appeared. The ambition of two Harvard graduates is to eradicate corruption in the country. “Eradication of corruption does not necessarily start with the government. I am proud to say that we are clean and clear candidates”Reports from Kirill Petkov, co-founder of the Keeping Change party.

In the UK, the Conservative Party is stuck in business. MP Geoffrey Cox is accused of taking a second job away from his constituency. He will be an advisor to the Government of the British Virgin Islands. Embarrassed, Boris Johnson promised that he would clear his ranks. Concerns remain at the Cambre Vieja volcano in Spain, a new lava flow has just reached the sea.

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