With the presidential and parliamentary elections scheduled for late 1996 looming large on the Romanian political scene, the extremist PRM launched an attack on President Ion Iliescu that triggered its divorce from the largest party of the ruling coalition, the PDSR. The split may pave the way for the PRM leader’s bid for the presidency […]

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