‘Double Standard’ – Romania Criticises European Union Silence on Police Treatment of French Yellow Vests

February 5, 2019

Romanian prime minister Viorica Dăncilă is chafing under European Union criticism over police clashes with anti-government protesters, contrasting the public rebukes meted out to her country with the silence over alleged police brutality in Emmanuel Macron’s France.


“I saw what happened with the Yellow Jackets in France,” the Romanian premier told POLITICO, referring to a number of incidents in which the French authorities, sometimes backed by armoured vehicles bearing the European Union flag, met anti-Macron protesters with considerable force, prompting worried statements from French physicians about an “unprecedented” number of injuries.


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