Protesters in Romania continue to rally against a government decree limiting corruption to cases involving more than 50,000 euros (about $54,000). President Iohannis wants the decree declared unconstitutional.
The EU criticized Romania's judicial reforms, saying that Bucharest isn't following through on its rule of law commitments. Romania has come under increased scrutiny as it will take over the EU's presidency in January.
Young Romanians find themselves with limited options in a corruption-riddled society. Artists are highlighting the situation in their works, but where does the future point? Medana Weident reports from Piatra Neamt.
Romania's Social Democrat government has tried to pass a series of controversial changes to the country's judicial system in recent months. The firing of the public prosecutor could draw the ire of the European Union.
Tired of corruption and slow EU integration, many young Moldovans are emigrating. There is no one who does not want to leave, they say. But some remain precisely for this reason, out of concern for their homeland.
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