In Romania, the ongoing anti-government protests, protesters set up tents

В Румынии продолжаются антиправительственные протесты, участники акций устанавливают палатки

Sunday, August 12, in Romania continued street protests. This was reported by Mediafax.

Reportedly, on the third day, the protests went beyond Bucharest’s people came to protests across the country. In the capital took to the streets tens of thousands of people, in other cities action was less extensive, but they were held in all big cities – thousands of people took to the streets of cities such as Cluj-Napoca, Constanta, Iasi, Sibiu. Less numerous protests were also held in other cities.

In addition, Cluj-Napoca began to form a tent city – about 80 people have set up tents near the local administration building and remained in them all night.

No major incidents during Sunday’s shares were recorded.

We will remind, in Bucharest on Friday, August 10, began anti-government protests during clashes of protesters with the police. Law enforcement officers used tear gas canisters and water cannons.

According to the latest information, as a result of the violent dispersal of anti-government rally in Bucharest were affected 452 people, more than 60 of them needed hospitalization.

On Saturday, August 11, the protests continued – the share reached about 40 thousand people gathered in front of the government building. The protesters chanted “Resignation” and waving Romanian and European flags.

The protesters are against the ruling coalition headed by the Social democratic party. In particular, urge the government to resign and call for early elections. In addition, among the requirements – support of justice and the denial of access to power people with criminal records.

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