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If you read my story on the Czech EU Presidency's art exhibit "Entropa," you'll recall that the government of Bulgaria was furious about the country's representation as a crude toilet. By the time Entropa was unveiled last week, Bulgaria had already lodged an official protest against it, demanding that part of the creation be removed or covered. Bulgarian representatives in Brussels filed another complaint.
I went by European Council headquarters on Friday to check, and the toilet was still in full view, but I read today that it's now been covered! I'll try to get by when I'm not so busy with inauguration reaction to get a picture of the "new" Bulgarian image...