The ruling party and president were ousted in Romania’s first democratic change of government in almost 60 years. The abysmal performance of the economy contributed greatly to the unpopularity of the old government by MICHAEL SHAFIR and DAN IONESCU ELECTORAL YEAR 1996 WILL UNDOUBT-edly figure in future histories of Romania as a year of radical […]

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