A year ago today, Romanians took to the streets to express their discontent with the corruption of the country’s political elites and their desire to have a government like the ones in power “elsewhere” — “elsewhere” being Western Europe. A year later, the country has a new administration, but those who protested in 2012 feel they have been cheated, because Victor Ponta’s government is advocating the same austerity measures proposed by its predecessor, and corruption continues unabated. That is why the people will have to talk to the government again.