- But critics said the rally was designed to intimidate judgesand Romanian President Klaus Iohannis, who supports the anti-corruption fight.
- President Iohannis opposes government attempts to fire the country’s chief anti-corruption prosecutor, who is widely respected in Romania and by the European Union.
- The office of the anti-corruption prosecutor successfully prosecuted 713 officials in 2016, including some 28 mayors and a senator. Last year, Romania had its biggest protests since communism ended after the government tried to decriminalize official misconduct.
- Despite these efforts, experts say that Romania remains one of the EU’s most corrupt nations.
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