NOW THAT THE ELECTORAL ALLIANCE known as the Democratic Convention of Romania (CDR) has split apart, opposition forces in Romania are seeking to reposition themselves at a time when their chances of winning the parliamentary and presidential elections scheduled for 1996 are widely considered remote. 1
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