A prolonged cold spell in Romania this winter brought the power supply to the verge of collapse. Acute energy shortages forced factories to send thousands of workers home, sparking a wave of labor protests. Predictably, the opposition accused the government of incompetence – and this time succeeded in drawing parliamentary support for its criticism by […]

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