The Romanian government’s attempts to water down anti-graft measures have triggered the biggest protests since the fall of communism. The demonstrators are determined that official corruption should be eliminated.
The governing coalition in Romania has ousted its own prime minister through a no-confidence vote. But the country's domestic political crisis is not likely to end anytime soon, writes DW's Robert Schwartz.
Romania's parliament has dismissed Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu after his party submitted a no-confidence vote. The party has said Grindeanu lost their support for failing to implement its reform program.
Romania's Social Democratic Party has submitted a no-confidence vote against Sorin Grindeanu, their own prime minister. Grindeanu, who is accused of failing to fulfill the party's policies, has refused to step down.
Romania's ruling Social Democratic Party has withdrawn support for Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu and his cabinet. The move is likely to bring down Grindeanu's government, which has only been power since January.
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