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Bucharest, Feb 5 /Agerpres/ - Very many of the protesters who came on Sunday to the Victoria Square have left on the Lascar Catargiu Boulevard, and at the Roman Square, where there are teams of gendarmes and policemen, they were guided to walk on the side-walks.
Some are going to the public transport means, others are going to the University Square.
Traffic has been partially redirected on Magheru Boulevard. Buses have priority.
Protesters have remained in large numbers in the Victoria Square. Over 120,000 people were in the peak moment in front of the Government building.
The people have also kept a moment of silence in the memory of the 1989 Revolution victims and those of the Colectiv club fire.
On a building near the Government there were projected videos with the protests nationwide and those in Paris. On the same building, at sharp hours, the text of the National Anthem was projected, for those present to chant it, as well as messages such as "Next time, come to vote!," "Resignation!," "Dragnea, don't forget, Romania is not yours!".
The messages on the placards carried by protesters are varied, mostly against the Government and the Social Democratic Party (PSD), many have written we #resist. An old man had written on a piece of paper "I took to the street in '89, you have made me take to the street again today." A few older women chose to make an atmosphere beating in some tin cans on which they had glued the message "Resignation."
At certain intervals, those in the square lit the mobile screens, lighters and flashlights. At some point, some made a ring dance.
People are making a terrible noise, using drums, vuvuzelas, whistles, they are waving Romania's and EU's flags, displaying placards with anti-government and anti-PSD messages.
Other light messages have been projected on the Government building and the buildings around. AGERPRES (RO - author: Eusebi Manolache, Mihai Stoica; editor: Florin Marin; EN - editor: Adina Panaitescu)
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