by Catherine Lovatt The precarious nature of Romanian transitional politics became ever more apparent last week during the Democratic Party (PD) Convention. Foreign Minister Petre Roman saw an unprecedented surge of support for his party manifesto leaving those opposed fighting for their political careers. In the race for electoral success party rivalries emerged heralding the […]

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