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Sunday, September 19, 2004
MONTREAL -- About 100 protesters booed and jeered the Romanian president yesterday, preventing him from giving a speech at a city park. President Ion Iliescu was to give a talk inaugurating a statue honouring a Romanian poet at Place de la Roumanie.
But dozens of protesters, mostly Romanian immigrants, showed up to rally against what they described as Romania's rampant corruption.
"All the leaders of the government are former secret police," an unidentified protester told CKAC radio.
"Iliescu has completely destroyed the country with his gang of machos," said another.
Iliescu left without speaking.
The Romanian president was in Quebec for a meeting with Prime Minister Paul Martin that took place Friday in Knowlton, about 100 kilometres southeast of Montreal.
Posted by Mihai : 9/19/2004 01:41:00 pm
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