Thousands took part Sunday in a third night of protests in Bucharest against alleged government corruption, two days after a crackdown on a mass demonstration left hundreds injured.
Singing the national anthem and waving Romanian flags, protesters again amassed at Victory Square outside government headquarters in the capital.
The crowd was notably thinner than on the previous two nights, when tens of thousands had gathered, but many again came to express their anger, accusing the leftwing government of corruption and urging it to resign.
"Every day after work I wish to come here... I work as a researcher, and last week I just found out that our funds were cut. I am very determined. They can't ignore us forever," demonstrator Teona Deftu told AFP.
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