In December Klaus Iohannis named a new prime minister, and, there is political unrest and general dissatisfaction with a change in corruption policies. According to some reports nearly half a million people have gone out to protest the proposed change in the law against corruption.
That speaks volumes. The Romanian people are united. Some of the politicians have declared that they "won't quit" despite the protests. There is however, a strong possibility that they will be forced to resign if the protests continue, and the news media keeps up the coverage of this. In some cases, the world media pointed out these protests were caused by a proposed law, and even with its repeal the protests haven't stopped.
As in 1989, Bucharest and many other cities have had large scale protests, and the new government- which has been in power since the end of December is trying to deal with. The power of the people is strong- and most of the world media have noted that it is largely peaceful protests in the major cities around the country.
Romania has a powerful history and its people should have cause to celebrate, they know, they believe and understand that they have a voice. That is the reality which the politicians in Romania, and possibly around the world must understand.