by Catherine Lovatt Romanian general elections are set to be held in November 2000. The race for power in any country always generates dirty tactics, harsh criticisms and stark opposition. In Romania, dirty tactics have already gone to the extreme with an alleged plan to assassinate the opposition leader and former president, Ion Iliescu. Ion […]

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