With the 1998 parliamentary elections looming, the time is right for the opposition-newly united, at least in name, as the Slovak Democratic Coalition-to strike a deal with the country’s industrial elites. Both groups share an interest in ending cronyism and turning the country toward more democratic rule before it’s too late by John Gould and […]

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