Въпреки обявеното вчера вечерта решение на румънското правителство да отмени спорния указ за декриминализиране на корупцията, протестите в цялата страна продължиха.

Romanians fill the Calea Victoriei, a main avenue of the Romanian capital, during a large protest in Bucharest, Romania, Tuesday, Nov. 3, 2015. More than 10,000 marched down the city's main boulevards and then massed outside the government offices Tuesday evening calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Victor Ponta, Interior Minister Gabriel Oprea and the mayor of the district where the Colectiv nightclub, the venue of a deadly fire last week, was located.(AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)За пореден ден около 300 000 души излязоха по улиците на редица градове. Демонстрантите заявиха, че искат не само промени в законите, но и оставка на правителството.
Те са категорични, че няма как да повярват на управляващи, които веднъж вече са поели по грешен път, съобщи Нова телевизия.

epa05765503 People wave flags and shout anti-government slogans during a protest rally in front of government headquarters in Bucharest, Romania, 01 February 2017. Up to 100,000 people gathered in front of government building and block the city traffic to protest against a government bill, that passed trough government session late 31 January, as a government ordinance to pardon those sentenced to jail terms shorter than five years, in the light that many Romanian parliament and administration members are having issues with justice. Other tenth of thousand people, estimated by national TV stations, participate in similar protests in big cities around the country this evening. Protest turned viloent after soccer fans entered the government plaza and charged the riot police with flares and stones.  EPA/ROBERT GHEMENTНе са отменени и плановете за изключително голям протест, които да се проведе в Букурещ в неделя вечер. Очаква се на демонстрацията да се съберат повече от 500 000 души.


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