The ruling Social Democratic Party of Romania suffered a no-confidence motion by opposition parties, who have claimed rampant corruption and attacks the rule of law.
The party has faced accusations of graft since taking over the reins of government in December of 2016. Last year, the government fired the head of Romania’s anti-corruption agency and, in 2017, it de-criminalized many forms of corruption.
TREND FORECAST: As the “Greatest Depression” intensifies and economic conditions deteriorate, protests will escalate against ruling parties.
Across the globe it will be Civil War: the People against the Hit Men (the military and the police).
Hired hands, paid for by taxpayers.
But instead of protecting the public, they protect rulers and ruling class interests.