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March 5, 2021

Parliament balcony jumper discharged from hospital

Adrian Sobaru, the public television employee who resorted to an extreme form of protest on December 23, when he jumped from the balcony of the Parliament, was discharged Wednesday from the University Hospital. The deputy spokesman of the hospital, Dr. Leonard Grecescu said the patient was discharged at 1.40 PM, in good health, as all his wounds healed, and he is now on antibiotics. Adrian Sobaru will return for periodic health checks, at 10 and 30 days. According to the source, the patient also got psychological counseling while he was in hospital. Upon leaving the hospital, Sobaru said he is impatient to see his family. On December 23, he resorted to an extreme form of protest, by jumping from the balcony of the Chamber of Deputies while legislators were debating a no-confidence motion. This left him with several injuries, which however did not threaten his life. The man aged 42 works as an electrician and has much trouble at home, because his child is handicapped.

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