Romania is in political upheaval. Tens of thousands of demonstrators protested against corruption for days, forcing Romanian Prime Minister Victor Ponta to step down. But the rage against the country's political class is unabated.
Up to 100,000 people have taken to the streets in Romania to support the independence of justice — against the ruling Social Democrats. Some marched 450 kilometers in protest. Cristian Stefanescu reports from Bucharest.
Tens of thousands of Romanians have taken to the streets in protest against legislation they believe would make it even harder to fight high-level corruption. A very short honeymoon, then, for new PM Viorica Dancila.
A European Parliament lawmaker has been tapped by the president to lead Romania's government. Her predecessor resigned in the wake of a fallout with leadership within his own Social Democratic party.
After a brief struggle for power, Romanian Prime Minister Mihai Tudose has resigned. President Klaus Johannis named Defense Minister Mihai Fifor as interim prime minister, but the political crisis continues.
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