by Catherine Lovatt The political process in Romania is compounded by the complexities of transition. The large number of political parties often renders the democratic workings of government immobile. A certain instability has thus become the hallmark of the government, shown not least by the recent collapse of Prime Minister Radu Vasile. However, political instability […]

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