28 December 1992 The results are essentially worse than in December 1990. After all the demonstrations, gatherings, processions, silent protests, petitions, announcements, memorandums, millions given for advertising, the entire opposition won only some twenty seats in parliament more than it had, with whom it does not know what to do. It also has serious opponents […]

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