Anti-Government Revolution in Romania
August 16, 2018 | Brainwave Science
People are getting tired of corruption and inequality, that’s why so many protests happen these days. Bucharest (Romania) is not an exception, on Friday, 10th of August 2018, more than 10 000 people gathered at Piata Victoriei to express their anger at the government, but the protest turned a violent night as the the police clashed with protesters, using tear gas and water cannons to disperse the crowds. Initial data indicated that more than 400 people received medical care at the square and two gendarmes were attacked, reports said.
Anti-Government demonstrations have become a regular occurrence in Romania, but in recent months numbers have dropped significantly as fatigue has set it. Friday’s protests were the largest in months. Tens of thousands of people showed up to protest Friday in front of the Government House in the capital’s Victoriei Square, state-run news agency Agerpres reported.
Previous demonstrations had passed with few incidents of violence. The use of tear gas by security forces stationed outside the main government building angered many in the crowd, and as the night wore on they refused to disperse.
Shortly after 11 p.m., security forces began to forcibly clear the square of protesters.
By 15th August 2018, 192 criminal complaints were filed against the violence used by gendarmes Friday evening, Ionel Corbu, the First Prosecutor with the Bucharest Military Prosecutor’s Office, who is investigating the events in Victoriei Square area, has said on Wednesday.
According to CNN, Romania’s President Klaus Iohannis condemned the “brutal intervention of the Gendarmerie” in a statement issued late Friday night, saying their actions were “strongly disproportionate with the demonstrations of the majority of people in Victoria Square.” He called on the country’s Interior Ministry to “urgently explain” the way in which the event was managed, saying: “The attempt to defeat the will of the people through a violent reaction of the law enforcement forces is a condemnable solution.”
The fight against corruption is a very important issue. Corruption is a problem that threatens national security. This is a task equivalent to defending statehood and sovereignty. Romania ranks as one of the EU’s most corrupt states and Brussels keeps its justice system under special monitoring.
Governments must hear the voice of the people and recognize the bitter truth. The fight against corruption must acquire a national character and it will not be limited only by law enforcement agencies. They should eradicate corruption in all areas without exception.
The only thing that this fight should cause to people’s deaths. So, in this case there should be a technological solution, especially nowadays. Big question is how the government of Centrist Romanian president Klaus Iohannis ensure trust is regained among citizens and bring a smart resolution against corruption allegations made against the government? How can the government play a fruitful role so that Police is seen as the protector and not the enemy of the citizens?
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