Some 20,000 people took to the streets of Chisinau on Sunday, protesting against Moldova’s government for the eighth straight day.
Protesters came from all political spheres to demand the resignation of the president, the general prosecutor, the national bank governor and others.
“Yes, the people woke up and firmly decided to get their country back, to get this money back and bring to justice the guilty ones,” said a leader of the civil platform “Dignity and Justice”, Valentin Dolganiuc.
The money is an estimated 1.32 billion euros that disappeared from three Moldovan banks, bailed out with public funds.
Several hundred people have been camped out in the centre of the capital since early September in protest. Campaigners also want