>> Romania's government easily surviving a no confidence vote on Wednesday. In the latest backlash against a corruption decree that would have decriminalized some graft offenses and allowed some officials to escape punishment.>>
But outside, the din was impossible to drown out. 250,000 Romanians gathering in Bucharest for a week of anti-corruption protests, and more demonstrations are planned. They say they'll keep coming back until the prime minister resigns. On Tuesday, President Klaus Johannes blasting the Social Democrats for their kamikaze governance>>
>> They've all ready been forced to abolish the decree in an embarrassing U-turn. But the Prime Minister promises a new legislation which many fear will contain some of the same elements. The original decree was seen by some as the biggest retreat on reform since the country joined the European Union 10 years ago.