An embarrassing dispute over financial gains in the privatization process triggered a month-long conflict in June among Slovakia’s ruling parties. Hopes for increased democratization were shattered as Prime Minister Vladimir Meciar once again proved his dominance in the political arena. by SHARON FISHER AFTER A MONTH OF squabbling over privatization and the creation of a […]

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