According to the media, the protesters gathered at the Victory square in Bucharest carrying the national flags of Romania, the United States, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Canada, Belgium and Spain.
Saturday's rally follows a mass protest on Friday, which was marred by outbreaks of violence as the police widely used water cannons and sprayed tear gas into the crowd. Over 400 people were injured in the protest and 70 were hospitalized, including 11 police officers.
The protesters called for the dissolution of the parliament, a snap election and an establishment of a unicameral parliament with 300 senators.
This is the scene on the streets of #Romania tonight: Protestors waving EU and Romanian flags shouting “Justice not corruption”. That’s what the EU must stand for. That’s what we will keep pushing for — in every Member State.— Roberta Metsola MEP (@RobertaMetsola) August 10, 2018
Romani, suntem cu voi. Vă auzim pe stradă. 🇪🇺🇷🇴 pic.twitter.com/uIKQ5Tge1p
— Razvan-Victor Sassu (@RazvanSassu) August 10, 2018
— Timotei C. Gabriel (@timoteicgabriel) August 10, 2018