Populism and Corruption in Europe with Romanian Senator Radu Mihail

ROMANIA GOVERNMENT PROTEST
Supporters of the ruling Social Democratic attend a rally outside the government headquarters in Bucharest, Romania, Saturday, June 9, 2018. More than 100,000 supporters of the Romanian government assembled Saturday in the capital dressed in white to protest alleged abuses committed by anti-corruption prosecutors Vadim Ghirda / AP Photo
ROMANIA GOVERNMENT PROTEST
Supporters of the ruling Social Democratic attend a rally outside the government headquarters in Bucharest, Romania, Saturday, June 9, 2018. More than 100,000 supporters of the Romanian government assembled Saturday in the capital dressed in white to protest alleged abuses committed by anti-corruption prosecutors Vadim Ghirda / AP Photo

Populism and Corruption in Europe with Romanian Senator Radu Mihail

Earlier this month, the Romanian Parliament passed a law proposed by the ruling Social Democratic Party (PSD)  that would make it harder to prosecute corruption in the government. Romania has struggled with Corruption for decades, in a movement big enough to spawn its own opposition political party: the Save Romania Union. To discuss Romania’s ruling party and the future of  Romanian affairs, Worldview Producer Julian Hayda talks with Senator Radu Mihail. Senator Mihail has represented the Romanian diaspora in the Capital Bucharest since 2016,