Crowds marched in the streets against corruption and official abuses in the Moroccan capital on Sunday, in support for the ongoing protests in the northern region since October.
The opposition's attempt to topple the Social Democrat-led government failed even after the country saw massive anti-corruption protests over the past week.
More than a half million people took to the streets of Bucharest to demonstrate against a bill that would have spared corrupt politicians from prosecution. The law was ditched on Sunday but is not enough to restore confidence in the government.
Centrist President Klaus Iohannis criticised the Social Democrat-led government for a decree, later scrapped, that decriminalised some corruption, triggering the largest demonstrations in Romania since the fall of communism in 1989.
Mass protests for six days forced the government to scrap the decree that would have decriminalised some corruption.
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