The political, social and economical contexts have forced the Romanian Prime Minister (Emil Boc) to resign. The new appointed minister Mihai Razvan Ungureanu (former head of the Romania's foreign intelligence service, former Foreign Affairs Minister between 2004-2007 and a career diplomat) has exactly 10 days to form the new government and present it to the parliament.
With a parliamentary election ahead, later on this year, and an opposition alliance who wants early elections and against the new Prime Minister, the political class that governs Romania right now does not offer a lot of alternatives to choose from.
So far, in the context of the ongoing economic crisis (let us not forget the transition years from communism to democracy) the every day, working Romanian has had enough. People have been in the streets demanding the resignation of the government, the resignation of the president, early election, etc.
Public salaries have been cut by 25%, the sales tax has been increased, and the increment of pensions of many has been blocked.
So what is, politically speaking, the alternative for Romania? Are the Romanians going to vote again for the alternative that is less bad than the other one? Have the Romanians reached their “enough is enough” point?