Bucharest protest: Protesters shine lights in Victoria Square with mobile phone screens and flashlights
Protesters gathered on Sunday evening in front of the Government headquarters in Victoria Square lit at the same time, at 21:00, their mobile phone screens and flashlights.
After a few minutes, they started to sing the National Anthem.
According to some official sources, there are over 120,000 people in Victoria Square.
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.
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