Romania’s new law on political parties is an attempt to drastically reduce the number of parties in existence. The law discriminates against small parties and non-parliamentary formations in their financing from the state budget by MICHAEL SHAFIR AFTER A LONG LEGISLAtive process and an even longer public debate, President Ion Iliescu promulgated a new law […]

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