EU, Romania: Anti-government fourth week of protests in Bucharest. Protesters form giant EU flag

Thousands of Romanians have staged another anti-government protest, standing together to form a European Union flag to signal support for the bloc and its values, AP correspondent reports.

Several thousand gathered in Bucharest’s Victory Square late Sunday, the 27th consecutive evening of protests against the center-left government.

Demonstrators shouted “Resignation!” and “You thieves!,” then later stood in the shape of the EU flag’s circle of 12 yellow stars on a blue background. The flag signifies unity among Europeans.

Police closed roads leading to the square where the government has its offices.

Romanians have been taking part in nightly protests since the government passed a since-rescinded ordinance last month that would have eased penalties for some official misconduct.




Source: AP report on Romania.

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