About a half million demonstrators have rallied across Romania, despite the government revoking a controversial decree that fuelled their discontent.
The left-wing government earlier scrapped the decree, which would have shielded many politicians from prosecution for corruption.
But protesters remain dissatisfied about a revised version of the bill which will now be put to parliament.
Some are calling for the government of PM Sorin Grindeanu to resign.
Recent days have seen Romania’s largest protests since communism fell in 1989.