The coup d’etat in Bucharest evolved to the point the German chancellor, called it unacceptable: the rogue government went beyond the law and suspended a democratically elected president. The street protest continued, but they also chanced, the peaceful protests in Piața Victoriei were took over by a small political party in its hunger for audience, with activists, flags, T-shirts, noise, megaphones and everything. Since that party has its own propaganda machine and I wasn’t there to endorse a party, my coverage will pause. I will probably cover other major events in the meantime, like the big presidential support demonstration and will certainly go and vote in the referendum.
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