They build and inaugurate a single-meter highway in RomaniaMar 172019
The action was called as a protest for the lack of public investment in the development of the road network.
A businessman from the Romanian county of Suceava built and inaugurated a freeway subway on Friday on his own account in protest against the underdeveloped public road network. The event was celebrated with great fanfare and the presence of thousands of people from all over the country.
The 1 meter 'stretch' is intended to be part of a future road that would connect the region with the rest of the country, but which does not have public funding. The author of the curious initiative, Stefan Mandachi, explained to the local media that he does not seek to do politics, but needs the road as "a normal thing" for his business, and stressed that his idea united Romanians for the first time in 30 years. .
🚘🚖🚌The first meter of highway from Bucovina,Romania.The highway wasn’t build by Romania government it was build by a simple romanian citizen. That metre of highway cost €4500. What's funny is that in the coming years we'll stay with the same highway meter🏎🚦🚏 pic.twitter.com/lVq08Zex5C— Non Pico (@n0nPico) 15 de marzo de 2019
The protest was not limited to the congregation in Suceava, but was led by tens of thousands of Romanians who suspended their work for 15 minutes and paralyzed traffic by invading numerous roads and blocking roundabouts (roundabouts).