29 April 2002The recent elections in Hungary may have laid the groundwork for one of the first two-party systems in post-communist Central Europe. They’re still crawling out of the woodwork all over the region. It seems that every time you turn around in post-communist Central Europe, a new party has sprouted up out of nowhere […]

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