BERLIN — Some 200,000 people on Saturday turned out in Germany’s largest cities to protest against the use of nuclear power in the wake of Japan’s Fukushima reactor disaster, police and organizers said
Adjusted for population would equate to 800,000 Americans.
The protest was called for by the social-democratic Bulgarian Socialist Party (BSP) and held in Sofia's Alexander Batenberg square, Bulgarian Focus News Agency reported.
The protest comes less than two weeks after massive rallies in the country against a sharp increase in fuel, electricity and food prices.
Reports put the number of Saturday's protesters between 4,000 and 16,000 people.
Adjusted for population- 160,000 to 640,000 Americans
400,000 join London protest march
Equates to 2 million Americans