>> Romania's justice minister deciding to walk on Thursday. Florin Iordache is seen as the architect of a decree on corruption. It sparked huge protests. The largest is the fall of Communism, and drew international criticism, eventually resulting in an embarrassing U-turn. He's now stepping down, insisting everything he did was legal.
These are the people that brought him down. Thousands still here braving the snow and subzero conditions demanding that the government resigns. So will this move be enough to satisfy the protestors?
>> I think it's a little bit too late because we are here since last week.>>
sewhere in Bucharest counted demonstrators are gathering. In their hundreds they back the ruling government. They're gathering outside the Presidential Palace.
eir target President Klaus Iohannis, the man whose been highly critical of the social democrats over the decree.
On Wednesday, the government survived a vote of no confidence in parliament. But in one of the EU's most corrupt prone states. The demands of the people are clear.>>
> They want to see an end to corruption in Romania.