SOFIA, Aug 16 (Reuters) - Bulgaria's Socialist-dominated parliament overturned a presidential veto on plans to increase the fiscal deficit and issue new debt this year, as hundreds of pro- and anti-government demonstrators rallied in downtown Sofia.
The Socialists and their junior coalition partner, the ethnic Turkish MRF party, won the support of the nationalist Attack party to overturn the veto.
That will allow the cabinet to boost spending and raise up to 1 billion levs ($677.5 million) in 2013.
Lawmakers interrupted their summer holiday to hold the extraordinary session. (Editing by John Stonestreet)