Bulgarian gov't survives no-confidence vote amid anti-corruption protests

Bulgaria’s centre-right government has survived a no-confidence vote amid a wave of anti-corruption protests. Bulgarians have taken to the streets in the capital Sofia in recent weeks to demand the end of a government they accuse of corruption and favouritism towards oligarchs. FRANCE 24 international affairs editor Armen Georgian, says the US and EU have differed in their responses to the situation.