2 December 1991 There are only the humble traces of the revolutionary, totalitarian and police regime. The Leader has left, followed by the Party and finally, by the Army. The State Security Police has gone as well. However, apart from certain institutions and hard feelings, a certain way of doing business has rubbed off on […]

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