Romanian Elections 2014: Queueing for Democracy

As a Romanian, you would think the right to vote is granted by Constitution. Not so much abroad especially when the PM in office knows exactly how you’re going to vote.

Have a look at how easy the Government made it for Romanians to vote in London, Paris or Berlin for the Romanian Presidential Elections 2014. Thousands were denied the right to vote!

Paris

Romanian Elections 2014 Paris

London

Romanian Elections 2014 London

or Berlin.

Romanian Elections 2014 Berlin

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2 Responses to Romanian Elections 2014: Queueing for Democracy

  1. Adrian B says:

    Now romanians demonstrated that they are really changed and are willing to go towards democracy. Congratulation!!!!!

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