Protests in Romania Grow based on Leftist Government Seeking to Free Corrupt Officials

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Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu of Romania is under pressure because vast numbers of Romanians believe that the leftist government is favoring corrupt officials over the masses. Grindeanu, the Social Democratic Party (PSD), supported a decree that would enable corrupt officials to be freed from prison based on certain limitations. Therefore, enormous anti-government protestors demonstrated outside government buildings in the capital of Romania.

It was reported that approximately 150,000 anti-government protestors were demonstrating with enormous vigor in Bucharest prior to violence breaking out. After all, the feeling in certain sectors of society is that the leftist-led government is more interested in looking after corrupt officials rather than focusing on the rule of law.

Brazenly, the government of Grindeanu is claiming that the political decree of freeing corrupt officials is related to overcrowding in prison. In other words, the ruse being used by the government isn’t fooling concerned citizens, who are disillusioned by political elites and their respective vested interests.

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