4861>by Sharon Fisher Slovakia’s parliamentary elections on 25-26 September overshadowed other events of 1998, marking a major turning point in post-independence politics and bringing an end to the era of Prime Minister Vladimir Meciar. Citizens demonstrated their desire for change by giving four opposition parties a constitutional majority. Still, the new government, headed by Slovak […]

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