broke into dozens of people Romanian ParliamentIn the context of protests called by the far-right sectors They oppose the mandatory nature of antiviral vaccination and the validity of the health card.
first Minister , Nikolai SiukaAnd Urging the Ministry of the Interior to ensure the safety of public buildingsIn light of the possibility of violent incidents during a series of mobilizations against the government.
The formation of the far-right AUR, which detracts from vaccination and anti-epidemic measures, called on citizens to Mobilization at a time when MPs were meticulously debating whether to introduce measures such as the mandatory Covid passport Also includes workplaces.
More than a thousand people gathered at the doors of the House of Representatives, and dozens of them managed to get inside the fence. Although the police considered that the situation is under control.
Romania has The second worst vaccination rate in the entire European Union (European Union) behind Bulgaria, although the infection rate has fallen in recent weeks after the peak of infections in October.
Just 40 percent of the country’s population, about 7.7 million people, have received two doses Of some vaccines against the coronavirus, about 2 million booster doses are considered necessary to combat the rapidly spreading Omicron variant in Europe.