Opposition protests set for Thursday in Romania
Bucharest, Romania (CNN) -- Romanian opposition leaders called for a series of protests beginning on Thursday to demand the resignation of government leaders and early elections. The opposition leaders met with Prime Minister Emil Boc on Wednesday to discuss the situation Romania is facing, following six days of citizen protests. "Early elections are the best solution we have to end the protests," opposition leader Crin Antonescu said. His coalition is asking for a new technocrat government to organize the balloting. Details...

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