Ambele publicatii noteaza scaderea masiva a popularitatii PSD-ului de la 46% la 31%.
BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) – Thousands of people turned out for a pro-government rally Saturday in southern Romania, hoping to boost the popularity of the center-left government following massive anti-corruption protests. An ISSPOL survey published on Feb. 14 showed support for the Social Democrats had dropped to 31 percent, down from 46 percent in the election.
Braving the pouring rain, supporters of the ruling Social Democratic Party gathered in the town of Targoviste, a party stronghold, and sang patriotic songs to voice their support for Premier Sorin Grindeanu’s two-month-old government.
Supporters waved Romanian flags and banners reading „My vote counts” and „We dare to believe in Romania.”
Thousands attend a pro-government rally in Targoviste, Romania, Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017. Supporters of the ruling Social Democratic Party, holding banners reading „We support the Grindeanu government” and „My vote counts” have joined a pro-government rally, braving pouring rain, in southern Romania, hoping to boost the popularity of the center-left government following massive anti-corruption protests that rocked the country.
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