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Romanians continue to massively demonstrate against government

Romanians continue to massively demonstrate against government

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Sunday, of about fifty thousand Romanians in Bucharest and tens of thousands in other cities, the street merged to protest against the socialist government.

They held pieces of paper in the colors of the Romanian flag up and luminaries that with their mobile phones. Also they carried signs with the call of “Resistance” and they chanted “We want work, not your guard”.

The cabinet of prime-minister Sorin Grindeanu called the widespread anger late last month in an attempt to campaign against corruption to weaken.

The impugned decision has now been reversed and the designer, the minister of Justice Florin Iordache, resigned. The parliament must still agree to the decision officially to reject a date is not known. Meanwhile, keep the demonstrators demand that the entire government is departing.

In the capital Bucharest came Sunday, a thousand tegendemonstranten on the leg. They blamed president Klaus Iohannis, that the protest movement supports you, the country to split.

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Sunday, of about fifty thousand Romanians in Bucharest and tens of thousands in other cities, the street merged to protest against the socialist government.
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They held pieces of paper in the colors of the Romanian flag up and luminaries that with their mobile phones. Also they carried signs with the call of “Resistance” and they chanted “We want work, not your guard”.
© AFP

The cabinet of prime-minister Sorin Grindeanu called the widespread anger late last month in an attempt to campaign against corruption to weaken.
© AFP

The impugned decision has now been reversed and the designer, the minister of Justice Florin Iordache, resigned. The parliament must still agree to the decision officially to reject a date is not known. Meanwhile, keep the demonstrators demand that the entire government is departing.
© AFP

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