In this self-initiated series I illustrated some of the most pressing socio-political problems in my country.

The church
The Orthodox Church receives money from the government and local authorities, although the principle of separation of state and church is written in our Constitution.
Hundreds of thousands of Romanians emigrate every year, hoping to build a better future for themselves and the families they leave behind.
In Romania, one out of three employees works for the minimum wage, receiving only 310 euros per month.
Many politicians use flat rhetoric to avoid giving a clear answer or to mask their inability to find solutions to pressing problems.
The education system
Education is really not accessible to everyone, as 1 in 4 children from rural areas in Romania drop out of school before reaching the 8th grade, due to poverty.
The healthcare system
About to explode every time there is a crisis.

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