Thirty years after the end of Nicolae Ceaușescu's regime, Romanians, like others in former Communist countries, show little trust in government institutions.
Romania marked the 30 years since the Romanian Revolution with several events on Sunday.
The Freedom March started from Mary's Square - originally where crowds had gathered to stop the Ceausescu's regime from evicting the reformed pastor Laszlo Tokes on the 15th December 1989. He was seen as a defender of human rights.
This is the moment to either complete the post-communist democratic transition or become further mired in the culture of corruption and impunity that has threatened to strangle Romania's fledgling democracy.
It means Ludovic Orban can now begin the process of proposing nominees for Romania's EU Commissioner.
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Thousands rallied against the Social Democrat government in Bucharest on the anniversary of a protest where riot police launched a heavy crackdown.
There are parallels between the scandal engulfing Romania over the handling of a teenager’s kidnapping and a deadly nightclub blaze four years ago, an expert has told Euronews.
Romania’s interior minister has quit as the fallout from the kidnapping of two teenage girls intensifies.
Monday's ruling comes at a sensitive time, amid public outrage over the slow response of authorities to the abduction and murder of two teenage girls.
Romania should focus less on celebrating the jailing of Liviu Dragnea and more on reforming how political leaders are chosen, experts say.
Liviu Dragnea has been in the sights of anti-corruption campaigners for years in what his supporters claim are politically motivated proceedings. This week he finally ended up in prison.
Opposition to the Romanian politician has often crystalised on social media so the reaction to his jailing was predictable but nevertheless creative.
Romanians voted in huge numbers on Sunday to deliver a blow to the ruling party by overwhelmingly rejecting measures seen as making it harder to tackle corruption.
The bizarre move happened as Târgoviște — based 75 km north-west of Bucharest — hosted a political rally for the Social Democrats (PSD).
While Romanian citizens are getting ready to hit the polls to vote in the European elections, a group of self-proclaimed witches are working behind closed doors to make sure that the "right" candidates get seats.
Steeped in history but embracing all things new in terms of technology, the northern Romanian city of Cluj Napoca is described as the country's Silicon Valley.
Our reporters Damon Embling and Gabor Tanacs reach an area of Romania where Hungarians make up the majority of the population and are pushing for greater autonomy.
Our road trip has arrived in Romania ahead of the EU elections later this month and our reporters invited locals to share their opinions on our red sofa in the heart of Bucharest