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SE INTAMPLA ACUM. PREGATIRE DE RAZBOI? AVIOANELE DE PASAGERI NU MAI SURVOLEAZA SIRIA P1/22017 per
CNN Tens of thousands of Romanians flooded the capital Bucharest on Saturday for a second night of anti-government protests, a day after violent clashes injured more than people. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Romanians gathered in Bucharest Saturday night for a second day of protests. About 40, demonstrators gathered in the city's Victoriei Square, blowing horns and shouting "Resignation! People wave Romanian national flags during Saturday's rally.
Opposition Its meeting place is at the Palace of the Parliament in Bucharest. Prior to the modification of the Constitution in , the two houses had identical attributes. A text of a law had to be approved by both houses. If the text differed, a special commission comisie de mediere was formed by deputies and senators, that "negotiated" between the two houses the form of the future law. The report of this commission had to be approved in a joint session of the Parliament. If that first chamber adopts a law proposal relating to its competences , it is passed on to the other one, which can approve or reject.
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Romania protests: Thousands rally against government for second night
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